Crossword clues for whisp
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Whisp \Whisp\, n. See Wisp.
Whisp \Whisp\, n. (Zo["o]l.) A flock of snipe.
Etymology 1 n. A flock of snipe. Etymology 2
n. (alternative form of wisp English)
Usage examples of "whisp".
No sign of even a whisp of smoke: he swore - had the portfires gone out?
Dust devils whirled at the side of the funerary road, whisps of smoke rising in the heat of the night.
Chrysalis wrapped herself in a silk kimono spattered with whisps of smoke shaped like galloping horses and left him with a smile that was more shy than enigmatic.