The tempestuous whirl of circum-Antarctic waters is also responsible for their being among the most fertile in the world.
It's all a giddy whirl round here, I can tell you.
Gradually the square becomes a whirl of people.
They leave the walls and whirl round her, then fall like snow to the floor.
a hazelnut whirl
Modern life whizzes by at a frantic pace and we mere mortals find ourselves in a constant whirl trying to find ways of catching up.
She enjoyed the novelty of the catwalks and fashion shoots and loved the social whirl that went with it, using parties and functions to network.
Owen, at his most alert and intuitive, spun round to whirl the ball beyond Ricardo with his right foot.
The weekend passed in a non-stop whirl of sporting events and activities.
The central character of the book is Bunny Maguire, who is launched into the Dublin social whirl and takes to it like a duck to water.