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in the sense of round
Definition
a series of calls
The consultant did his morning round.
in the sense of sip
Definition
to drink (a liquid) in small mouthfuls
Jessica sipped her drink thoughtfully.
Synonyms
in the sense of slosh
Definition
to throw or pour (liquid) carelessly
The water sloshed around the bridge.
Synonyms
plash
in the sense of splash
waves splashing against the side of the boat
Synonyms
in the sense of swallow
Definition
to pass (food, drink, etc.) through the mouth and gullet to the stomach
He poured himself a glass of water and swallowed it down.
Synonyms
sip,
sup,
swig (informal),
imbibe (formal),
neck (slang),
slurp
in the sense of swathe
Definition
to wrap a bandage, garment, or piece of cloth around (a person or part of the body)
She swathed herself in thin black fabrics.
Synonyms
lap,
swaddle,
furl,
sheathe,
bundle up,
muffle up,
enwrap
in the sense of tour
Definition
an overseas trip made by a cricket team, rugby team, etc., to play in several places
a cricket tour of the West indies
Synonyms
in the sense of turn
Definition
to rotate or move round
As the wheel turned, the potter shaped the clay.
Synonyms
go round (and round),
go round in circles,
move in a circle
in the sense of twist
Definition
to turn one end or part while the other end or parts remain still or turn in the opposite direction
She twisted her hair into a bun.
Synonyms
in the sense of wash
Definition
(of waves) to flow or sweep against or over (a surface or object), often with a lapping sound
The sea washed against the shore.
Synonyms
lap,
splosh,
plash

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