She swirled her hair round her head and fastened it with a large clip.
3 twist, whirl, curl, roll, twirl, spiral:
At the fabric exhibition swirls of textiles were decoratively displayed.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun +verb[usually +adv./prep.] to move around quickly with a circular movement; to make sth do this: [V] The water swirled down the drain. + A long skirt swirled around her ankles. + swirling mists +[VN] He took a mouthful of water and swirled it around his mouth. +noun 1 the movement of sth that twists and turns in different directions and at different speeds: The dancers left the stage in a swirl of skirts. 2 a pattern or an object that twists in a circular shape: The material is yellow with blue swirls on it. + The cakes were topped with swirls of cream.
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