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Then, like a handful of snowflakes, the drachenflieger swooped to the attack, and a multitude of red specks whirled up to meet them.
Here, again, an Asiatic aflame at either end swooped out of the battle.
They swooped towards Niagara city and landed one after another in a long line in a clear space before the hotel.
The others swooped down exactly like great birds upon the roof of the power-house.
Round they swooped once again over the Canadian Fall, over the waste of waters eastward, until they were distant and small, and then round and back, hurrying, bounding, swooping towards the one gaping spectator.
Two of the Germans swooped and rose again, but the Hohenzollern had suffered too much for that.
We at the sight swooped down on her and seized Our quarry.
The consequence was a second swoop, in which forty-one were carried off.
Half a dozen ruthless Sophs, who were among his fellow-boarders, swooped down upon him one night and shaved half of his head.
Rusty, burning to avenge his disgrace, swooped down upon him.
To and fro, up and down, north, south, east, and west, the HISPANIOLA sailed by swoops and dashes, and at each repetition ended as she had begun, with idly flapping canvas.
When they swoop down on you from the front they aren't actually attacking you.
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- swoon over
- swoon over (someone or something)
- swooned over
- swooning over
- swoons over
- swoop down
- swoop down on
- swoop down on (someone or something)
- swoop up
- swooped down
- swooped down on
- swooping down
- swooping down on
- swoops down
- swoops down on