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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The village square is ideal for an Aston Martin V8 tae ging wheeching roond and roond, the sewage works fit wid mak an excellent villain's lair, and we even hae wir ain submersible car efter Moira drove her Fiat Panda intae the burn.
Huge burly blokes wheeching a hard small ball around with a hockey stick like stick, the ball flying through the air and these massive guys whapping each other as they crash together to get to it.
She bought a pair for a hen night in Sunderland but made the fatal mistake of applying false nails after wheeching them up.
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.
Wheeching it off, I realise it has BR printed on it.
It pushes out pleasing wads of power if you let it climb to 5500 revs before wheeching up another gear- with 0- 60 in 8.8 seconds should you wish.
Still, we eat it all and then before know what has happened I go into drunken DJ mode, which consists of me grabbing CDs in my greasy fingers and slamming them on, playing one track at the most before wheeching it out of the machine, discarding it on to the floor before firing on the next one.
This machine is pretty damn sensual at speed AND when it's cranked over - for the big lump of engine is slung low enough to make for easy wheeching round corners, and the forward-tilted riding position makes an aggressive platform for getting a shift on.
Too young to drive, he has a chauffeur wheeching him round in a limo.
When Paul O'Donnell isn't wheeching about on his trusty 600 Diversion, he goes back to basics on a 1966 Triumph Thunderbird - so he understandably raised an eyebrow at Kawasaki's latest piece of retro, on the left.
They won't stop at the door, or even the counter - they'll be wheeching past, scooping sausages enroute.
So, what's the attraction of wheeching round hairpin bends and swooping the curves flat out?