Whisk

[ballroom dance] The whisk is a ballroom dance step used in the Waltz or Viennese Waltz. It is one of several ways to get into promenade position and is used to turn dancers around corners or change their direction on the dance floor. It is often performed after a complete reverse turn. ==Footwork== The basic whisk is only three steps. As i...
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Whisk

Fluff by beating. The utensil used for this is also called a whisk
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Whisk

A mixing tool designed so its many strands of looped wire make it effective for beating. Also, to beat with a whisk until well mixed.
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whisk

[Verb] To take someone away very quickly. In recipes, to stir air into ingredients.
Example: The boy complained of severe stomach pains and was whisked to the hospital.
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whisk

[n] - a mixer incorporating a coil of wires 2. [n] - a small short-handled broom used to brush clothes 3. [v] - move quickly and nimbly 4. [v] - move somewhere quickly 5. [v] - brush or wipe off lightly 6. [v] - whip with or as if with a wire whisk
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Whisk

Whisk noun [ See Whist , noun ] A game at cards; whist. [ Obsolete] Taylor (1630).
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Whisk

Whisk transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Whisked ; present participle & verbal noun Whisking .] [ Confer Danish viske , Swedish viska , German wischen , Dutch wisschen . See Whisk ,
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Whisk

Whisk intransitive verb To move nimbly at with velocity; to make a sudden agile movement.
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whisk

1. The act of whisking; a rapid, sweeping motion, as of something light; a sudden motion or quick puff. 'This first sad whisk Takes off thy dukedom; thou art but an earl.' (J. Fletcher) ... 2. A small bunch of grass, straw, twigs, hair, or the like, used for a brush; hence, a brush or small besom, as of broom corn. ... 3. A small culinary instrumen...
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whisk

whisk broom noun a small short-handled broom used to brush clothes
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Whisk

• (n.) A kind of cape, forming part of a woman`s dress. • (n.) The act of whisking; a rapid, sweeping motion, as of something light; a sudden motion or quick puff. • (n.) A game at cards; whist. • (n.) To sweep, brush, or agitate, with a light, rapid motion; as, to whisk dust from a table; to whisk the white of eggs into a froth...
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Whisk

A hand or electric tool used to introduce air into ingredients to increase their volume. Also, to beat rapidly using a hand or electric whisk to introduce air into a mixture or single ingredient to increase the volume. Similar to whipping but not as fast a motion or for as long a period of time. Ingredients are whisked until blended or smooth-but.....
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Whisk

A whisk is a cooking utensil used in food preparation to blend ingredients smooth, or to incorporate air into a mixture, in a process known as whisking or whipping. Most whisks consist of a long, narrow handle with a series of wire loops joined at the end. The wires are usually metal, but some are plastic for use with nonstick cookware. Whisks are...
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Whisk

To beat with a wire whisk until thick or frothy.
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