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swirlie

Swirlie - What does it mean?

swirlie | |

is likely misspelled.


has no English definition.

As a noun swirlie

is a prank in which the victim's head is held down a toilet bowl which is then flushed.

Swirlie vs Swirlier - What's the difference?

swirlie | swirlier |


As a noun swirlie

is a prank in which the victim's head is held down a toilet bowl which is then flushed.

As an adjective swirlier is

(swirly).

Swirlie vs Skirlie - What's the difference?

swirlie | skirlie |


As nouns the difference between swirlie and skirlie

is that swirlie is a prank in which the victim's head is held down a toilet bowl which is then flushed while skirlie is a Scottish dish of oatmeal fried with fat, onions, stock, and seasonings.

Prank vs Swirlie - What's the difference?

prank | swirlie |


As nouns the difference between prank and swirlie

is that prank is (obsolete) an evil deed; a malicious trick, an act of cruel deception while swirlie is a prank in which the victim's head is held down a toilet bowl which is then flushed.

As a verb prank

is to adorn in a showy manner; to dress or equip ostentatiously.

As an adjective prank

is (obsolete) full of gambols or tricks.

Swirly vs Swirlie - What's the difference?

swirly | swirlie | Alternative forms |

Swirly is an alternative form of swirlie.


As nouns the difference between swirly and swirlie

is that swirly is while swirlie is a prank in which the victim's head is held down a toilet bowl which is then flushed.

As an adjective swirly

is having swirls; swirling.