Eddy - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a miniature whirlpool or whirlwind resulting when the current of a fluid doubles back on itself (syn: twist)
The boat was caught in a powerful eddy.
The wind gusted and eddied around us.
The waves swirled and eddied against the pier.
These are but the eddies of the royal history.
The vapour is eddying wildly in the air.
the racing river caused swirling eddies
Mist eddied round the house.
Eddy's been binding to Vic about you.
present participle: eddying
past tense: eddied
past participle: eddied