How to Pronounce whirls?

Correct pronunciation for the word "whirls" is [wˈɜːlz], [wˈɜːlz], [w_ˈɜː_l_z].

"Whirls" in context

Whirls. They come in all shapes and sizes, from the gentlest airborne currents that gently ripple the grass to fierce tornadoes that can knock down entire cities. These twisting columns of air, known as vortices, can appear in the atmosphere, water, or even inside machinery. Depending on their size and strength, whirls can be harmless, awe-inspiring, or devastatingly destructive.

In its most basic sense, a whirl is a pattern of motion formed by an object or fluid (like air or water) as it travels in a circular motion around a central point or axis.

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