twizzle


twizzle
twiz·zle

English syllables. 2014.

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  • twizzle — (v.) to twist, form by twisting (trans.), 1788, apparently a made up word suggested by TWIST (Cf. twist) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Twizzle — A twizzle is a multirotational one foot turn in figure skating. The twizzle is most commonly seen in ice dancing, where it appears in a number of compulsory dances and is a required element of step sequences in the original dance and free dance.… …   Wikipedia

  • twizzle — The reusable wire applied in sealing shut the top of a bag Do you have a twizzle for this bag? this bag s lost its twizzle …   Dictionary of american slang

  • twizzle — The reusable wire applied in sealing shut the top of a bag Do you have a twizzle for this bag? this bag s lost its twizzle …   Dictionary of american slang

  • twizzle — 1. noun A turning, twisting or spinning motion 2. verb To rotate, spin or twirl …   Wiktionary

  • twizzle — informal or dialect verb spin around. noun a twisting or spinning movement. Origin C18: prob. imitative, influenced by twist …   English new terms dictionary

  • twizzle —  v. Twirl …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • twizzle — ˈtwizəl verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: probably alteration of twistle (II) Britain : spin, twirl …   Useful english dictionary

  • twizzle-twig — ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun dialect England : a common rush (Juncus articulatus) of the north temperate zone …   Useful english dictionary

  • The Adventures of Twizzle — Infobox television show name = The Adventures of Twizzle format = children s adventure runtime = 15 minutes creator = Roberta Leigh starring = Denise Bryer country = UK network = ITV first aired = November 13, 1957 Gerry Anderson: The Authorised… …   Wikipedia


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