Synonyms of 'whisk'
1 rushDictionary, sweep, hurry
I was whisked away in a police car.
2 pullDictionary, whip (informal) , snatch
The waiter whisked our plates away.
3 speedDictionary, race, shoot
She whisked out of the room.
The engine noise rises only slightly as I speed along.
They raced away out of sight.
They had almost reached the boat when a figure shot past them.
I flew downstairs.
The car went careering off down the track.
The door flew open and she tore into the room.
Someone inside the building rushed out.
The car swept past the gate house.
Suddenly she dashed out into the garden.
barrel (along) (informal , mainly US , Canadian)
He sprinted to the car.
She darted away through the trees.
He hastened along the landing to her room.
burn rubber (informal)
go like the clappers (British , informal)
hightail it (US , informal)
wheech (Scottish , informal)
4 flickDictionary, whip, sweep
The dog whisked its tail around in excitement.
1 flickDictionary, sweep, brush
With one whisk of its tail, the horse brushed the flies off.
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If you beat eggs, cream, or butter, you mix them thoroughly using a fork or beater.
Beat the eggs and sugar until they start to thicken.
If one thing brushes against another or if you brush one thing against another, the first thing touches the second thing lightly while passing it.
I felt her hair brushing the back of my shoulder.
Thesaurus for whisk from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you whisk someone or something somewhere , you take them or move them there quickly.