wheech

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wheech

(hwiːx)
vb
1. (intr) to move fast, esp through air
2. (tr) to snatch or remove (something)
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Click-click-click, the door wheeched open, and there were all these bundles of notes.
Man, we were a gormless bunch; onything dropped on the sawdust fleer, just wheeched up, dusted aff and back on display - including the contents of a huge jar of black balls.
Jay left his phone on the dashboard of his car on a sunny day, wheeched round a roundabout at speed and watched it fly out the passenger side window.
AS a child I recall crazes with clackers, space hoppers, cremola foam and a strange plastic tube which you wheeched round your head which made a noise a bit like - well a bit like an empty tube wheeching round your head.
SCOTLAND'S Dancing Queens will no longer be wheeched round by their partners in the Gay Gordons.
Perhaps it suits him to have the club wheeched off the stock exchange.
So she wheeched them off before he came into the room and left them as far as possible away from her.
On closer inspection it seems the wee thing had an undercarriage problem so was wheeched off to the emergency vet who diagnosed (you may want to avert your eyes at this point) an anal abscess.
I mean, on the Scottish channel Andy Walker had barely said good evening and we were wheeched away to an ad break.
Her folks are best friends with Barack Obama's campaign manager and the day Betty arrived she was wheeched into a car and driven to a big campaign rally to hear Obama speak.
Any children remotely upset would have been wheeched backstage after the show to be given a Cadbury's selection box by Buttons and a big hug from the Widow Twankie.
Apparently your eyes can improve rather than deteriorate, so my retina has wheeched itself back into its original shape.