to move, pour, etc. with or as with a sharp rushing or whistling sound
Origin of swooshechoic intensive of swish
such a sound
verbswooshed, swoosh·ing, swoosh·es
- To move with or make a rushing sound.
- To flow or swirl copiously.
To cause to move with or make a rushing or swirling sound.
Origin of swooshImitative
(third-person singular simple present swooshes, present participle swooshing, simple past and past participle swooshed)
From imitation of the sound