The shock plunges you into a whirlpool of fear, denial and feverish action.
The new wrinkle is that the river of time may whirlpool and even fork.
The surface of the whirlpool is in a state of continual agitation.
But I was of no more than her own age, and I had not yet been drawn into that whirlpool.
Personally a very elegant, blas gentleman, he plunged on his return from Italy into the whirlpool of Parisian life.
That he, too, should be drawn into the whirlpool and sucked down and destroyed!
It was no longer stagnant now, but seething and eddying like a whirlpool.
Funny, isn't it, how all Europe is falling into the whirlpool of war?
Finally, against his will, Desnoyers was drawn into the whirlpool of enthusiasm and emotion.
The ice-bed was like a whirlpool with the leap and flash and play of the froth upon it.
fuck the dog (1950s+ Nautical)