whizzer


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whizzer

(ˈwɪzə)
n
1. anything that makes a whizzing sound or motion
2. informal a person who is extremely good at something
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After I got The Beano, Dandy and Whizzer and Chips out of my system, football was my thing and Shoot my weekly bible.
Hutchinson, The Man Who Once Was Whizzer White: A Portrait of Justice Byron R.
Block, dynamite), and young son (Anthony Rosenthal, blessedly unaffected) for a male lover with the improbable name of Whizzer (Andrew Rannells, irresistible to all sexes).
Staff needed a harness and climbing gear yesterday to reach four stricken people when the Spinball Whizzer rollercoaster was halted due to "guest action".
Riders were stranded on the 56ft tall Spinball Whizzer after it was shut down due to a guest's actions.
Hutchison, The Man Who Was Once Whizzer White 400-401 (1998); John Paul Stevens, "Cheers
In 1948 teenage rebel-icon James Dean rode his first-ever motorbike, the Whizzer.
He told me about the Whizzer from years past and I wanted one in the worst way
As it happens, this little whizzer cuts right across the winter track of 3 Juno, one of the largest asteroids: about 500 times bigger (270 km wide).
Now whisk while adding the stock, then pour into a liquidiser or a jug and blend with a hand held whizzer.
During Bolton's argument, the only Supreme Court Justice to ever work for the NFL, Justice Whizzer (Byron) White, interrupted Bolton's argument and asked: "Is that all you have?
My favourites were Kerplunk, Mousetrap and the ubiquitous Connect Four, but I also loved the plethora of annuals that would flood the market - chiefly Beano, Whizzer and Chips and Roy Of The Rovers - my starting point for a continued fascination with the printed word.