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Visual ImageryPlay
Use 'swirl' to describe visual patterns that twist or spin, adding a vivid picture in the reader's mind. SlideThe artist captured a beautiful swirl in her abstract painting.
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Decorative MovementPlay
In food or drink, 'swirl' often refers to an intentional decorative touch. SlideA swirl of syrup decorated the frothy milkshake.
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Sense of MotionPlay
'Swirl' suggests movement even in static objects, by likening their shape to something dynamic. SlideShe wore a dress with a swirl pattern that seemed to move as she danced.