The molecules show all kinds of possible combinations; the combinations spin, turn head over heels, and gyrate in endless ways.
"Well, it's like this," she said, and again the toe began to gyrate in the snow.
Everything about him is involved in I know not what whirlpool of his ideas, and even his mistress must gyrate along with them.
These sometimes circle and gyrate for some time after they are flushed before settling on the sea again.
The band played out its selection and the Court Fool continued to gyrate.
A few couples were beginning to gyrate among the fumes of spaghetti and vin ordinaire.
Some are endeavouring to dance with little more terra firma to gyrate upon than 'La Nena' had on her foot square of table.
He then took off his boots and his coat, and standing on his toes he commenced to gyrate with extraordinary rapidity.
At times when close together, several may merge and form a large, irregular, gyrate patch.
It could gyrate in a spiral, or spin on its axis in a rectilinear path like a rifled bullet.
gyrate gy·rate (jī'rāt')
v. gy·rat·ed, gy·rat·ing, gy·rates
To revolve around a fixed point or axis.
To revolve in or as if in a circle or spiral.