Lor', what a whirligig life is.
"A Mating in the Wilds" by Ottwell Binns
Sometimes they sunned themselves on the surface, snapping idly at the measurers and whirligigs.
""Wee Tim'rous Beasties"" by Douglas English
That shows what a whirligig I am.
"Jewel Weed" by Alice Ames Winter
She set it down and stooped forward, turning the bowl as if it were a whirligig.
"A Treasury of Eskimo Tales" by Clara Kern Bayliss
Now for the whirligig.
"Games and Play for School Morale" by Various
As I entered, the body of Travers came twisting across the room like a penny whirligig.
"War and the Weird" by Forbes Phillips
The next turn of the whirligig may bring back proof of him again.
"The Will to Believe" by William James
The saloon swung head over heels in a whirligig movement.
"The Spoilers of the Valley" by Robert Watson
She is spiteful, too, that whirligig woman with the wheel.
"Records of Later Life" by Frances Ann Kemble
The whirligig of time brings in its revenges, after all.
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 23 (of 25)" by Robert Louis Stevenson
We've had awr shares o' ups an daans,
I' this world's whirligig;
An for its favors or its fraans
We needn't care a fig.
"Sixty An Sixteen" by John Hartley
Fives, and tens,
Threes and fours and twelves,
All the volte face of decimals,
The whirligig of dozens and the pinnacle of seven.
"Tortoise Shell" by D H Lawrence
Whirligig beetles skittering atop the slow water of Bayou Des Allemands were the first target of an evening bug hunt for the Audubon Insectarium as scientists sought to replenish its stock of swamp-swimmers.
We watched an R2D-1 transport circling, trailing a queer whirligig below its tail.
' Whimsical Whirligigs' at the Arts Council of Wayne County.
News-Argus/Greg Sousa Gail Barnes and her 2-year-old grandson, Brian Barnes, look at one of the whirligigs by folk artist Vollis Simpson.
Durbin makes whirligigs that turn and amuse.