swish around

swish around

[for a fluid] to slosh or rush around. All that water I drank is swishing around in my stomach. I can hear the water swishing around in the pipes.
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I'm glad to see that the school's leadership is determined to let the bathwater swish around long enough to be absolutely certain there's not a baby in there somewhere.
I took a small pump from the bottle, rubbed it on my hand, gave her a wee swish around the body and whatever was left on my hand I put on her head, gave it a quick rub in and rinsed it off straight away.
Summer duvets have been stripped from the kids' beds and after a quick swish around in the washing machine and one last good garden airing, they have now become the bottom layer in the kids' winter beds.
Washing your sheets, pillows and bedding in boiling hot water and wash your pillows on a separate cycle as these need space to swish around in the washer.
I was pretty sure that, as a teenager at the Silver Blades, I could swish around with the best of them.
Once or twice a day I put a capful in my mouth, swish around and expel (don't swallow it).
A nail-shaped window on the front of the carton reveals the pattern, as does a swish around the sides and across the top.
You know, a quick swish around the taps with this or that miraculous cream or spray and bish, bash, bosh, one swift swipe and abracadabra, it's back to shining new again.
To someone driving at normal speeds there is absolutely no difference in the Llanfairfechan roundabout than before - for someone wanting to drive MUCH faster the slightly wider roundabout makes it possible to swish around at far greater speeds, thus increasing the likelihood of high speed impacts.
Don't be fooled by the fact that this looks like a swatter that you have to swish around, making you even hotter on a sunny day.
After a few vigorous brushes, toothpaste turns into a liquid that you can swish around and spit out.
If you must use distilled water, put a few sprigs of wheat grass in the water and swish around for a few minutes to bring the "life" back into the water.
Is there anything worse than seeing a man wearing trousers which swish around the tops of his ankles, leaving a large section of socks, white in particular, on display - disgusting.
When you pour batter in pan, swish around then pour off excess batter into unused batter.