Skirr


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SkirrskərPart of speech: verbOrigin: Late Middle English, mid 16th century
1Move rapidly, especially with a whirring sound.
 
Examples of Skirr in a sentence “Courtney watched the birds skirr into the sky as they were startled by the bark of her dog.” “The camera drone skirred as it lifted into the air to take a photo of the newlyweds.”

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