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Noun: whoosh  woosh
  1. The noise produced by the sudden rush of a fluid (a gas or liquid)
    - swoosh
Verb: whoosh  woosh
  1. Move with a sibilant sound
    "He whooshed the doors open";
    - woosh
     
  2. Move with a whooshing sound
    - hiss
     
  3. Gush or squirt out
    "Oil whooshed up when the drill hit the well"

Derived forms: whooshes, whooshing, whooshed

Type of: displace, go, gush, locomote, move, noise, spirt, spout, spurt, travel