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How to Pronounce whirs?

Correct pronunciation for the word "whirs" is [wˈɜːz], [wˈɜːz], [w_ˈɜː_z].

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"Whirs" in context

Whiris are a type of sound which is caused by a vibrating object or surface. It is typically a high-pitched, humming noise which occurs as a result of rapid movement. whirs are commonly associated with fans, motors and other electrical devices. They can also be caused by rapid movement of air due to a nearby object such as a fan or a windy day. Whirs are a form of aural stimulus and can be used to provide warning. For instance, aircraft often produce an audible warning whir in order to alert pilots and passengers of an impending decrease in velocity or a sudden jolt.

What are similar-sounding words for whirs?

Usage over time for whirs:

This graph shows how "whirs" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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