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Eddied

Eddy \Ed"dy\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Eddied; p. pr. & vb. n. Eddying.] To move as an eddy, or as in an eddy; to move in a circle.

Eddying round and round they sink.
--Wordsworth.

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eddied

vb. (en-past of: eddy)

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eddied

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Usage examples of "eddied".

In a thicker, stinking haze just above the rooftops, the detritus from a million low chimneys eddied together.

Occasionally fish blundered through the flat edges and fell to the ground, flapping, or half-sunk rubbish eddied gently into the sudden chasm.

The residue of the human host’s thoughts eddied like silt or coffee grounds through the handlinger’s mind.

It seeped in through the decaying stone and eddied to a stop, thick with rubbish and dead things, a cloying broth of water-rotting filth.

Even as they licked and taste-smelled it, it grew and grew, and their wings beat back frantically as the wafts of flavour came over them, and the incredible succulent stench of the thing boiled and eddied in the aether.

Occasionally fish blundered through the flat edges and fell to the ground, flapping, or half-sunk rubbish eddied gently into the sud­den chasm.

Air eddied as the aeronaut picked a way through the masts and rigging that jutted up around them in the Armada sky.

They eddied apprehensively, surrounded by the vessels making up wharfs and quays, but they were trapped.

Their bodies were level with hers as their tails eddied in the air, suspending them above the floor.

A small aerostat set out overhead, over the treacherous currents, toward the speck that eddied closer and closer to the city.

The fog eddied around them as a chill, damp breeze briefly swirled through the ruins.

The steam eddied up out of the water, and he found himself suddenly shut off by it, separated from his friends in the hazy dimness.

The steam rose and eddied about him as he waded back toward the cooler reaches of the pool where Silk and Lelldorin, both sunk to their necks in warm water, were talking quietly together.

Then it came again, stronger this time, and the fog eddied sluggishly.

The fog eddied and billowed, and always at the farthest edge of vision lurked the shadowy forms of the Raveners.