Indeed, we come to understand that it's the sheer sensory impact of the near-constant din that left the most enduring impression on the author, inspiring him to employ the kind of nervy figuration he's noted for in his fiction, particularly the recent House of Holes, in which he contrived fanciful descriptions for sex acts such as "She twizzled
Now off screen, shorn of the padding, extravagant wave-parting wig and twizzled
moustache, he's enjoying success in other areas.
What They Say: "Sip the Swizzle and try not to get twizzled
Despite its potential, White Out delivered mostly conventional loud--if likeable--noise, even if it barely clipped the Stone's JBL EON speakers, or the one attached to Ikue Mori's laptop and her tiny board of twizzled
I have one on my forehead from when I twizzled
around on a bar like you do when you're a kid.
"Her bag knocked my bike and as I was forced into the line of traffic I twizzled
round to stop myself being run over.
IDLY, I put my hand up to my head and twizzled
a dark silky hair though my fingers.
King Hildebrand (John Rawnsley) delivers an amusingly knowing song of cautionary advice to his three eager daughters, whose hair is twizzled
and twirled into soft ice-cream towers.
The nearest equivalent was when they left the meat out overnight and it twizzled
of its own accord.