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  • disconnected, discordant, discordant.
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Antonyms of WHIRRING
Examples of usage:
  1. The rooms looked just as she had left them, and the whirring machines seemed never to have stopped. - "Calvary Alley" by Alice Hegan Rice
  2. All at once a whirring and crying were heard in the air; then the Dwarf said: 'Now my masters the Ravens are coming home. - "Snowdrop and Other Tales" by Jacob Grimm Wilhelm Grimm
  3. Opening her lips she was about to reply when the unmistakable whirring of a shell told her that the battery which they feared the most had turned their guns upon their hill. - "A Daughter of the Union" by Lucy Foster Madison
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