chwifio, chwifiasant, chwifia, chwifia’, chwifiaf, chwifiai, chwifiais, chwifiaist, chwifian, chwifiant, chwifiasai, chwifiych, chwifi, chwifiasem, chwifiasent, chwifiasid, chwifiasit, chwifiasoch, chwifiasom, chwifiaswn, chwifid, chwifiech, chwified, chwifiodd, chwifiem, chwifien, chwifient, chwifier, chwifies, chwifiest, chwifiet, chwififf, chwifioch, chwifiasech, chwifiom, chwifion, chwifiont, chwifir, chwifith, chwifiwch, chwifiwn, chwifiwyd, chwifiwyfchwifio
Noun(1) the act of waving
Verb(1) move or swing back and forth(2) exhibit aggressively
(1) Security guards brandish automatic weapons in front of all the Jakarta business hotels, poised to ward off potential terrorist attacks.(2) There was no order to brandish weapons, push journalists around and fire into the air.(3) The knifeman claimed throughout that he also had a firearm and brandished a weapon at police from under a blanket.(4) No weapon was brandished nor was any word spoken to suggest that there was a weapon.(5) Armed police stormed a house in Rotherham following reports of a man walking the streets brandishing a pistol.(6) Two masked men, one brandishing a sawn-off shotgun and the other a wrench, raided a village store.(7) Police have raided the home of an elderly couple following reports of a man brandishing a sawn-off shotgun.(8) The raider was brandishing a weapon which gardai have refused to be more specific about.(9) The students were apprehended by police on Tuesday evening in London Road, where one of them was found to be brandishing a toy gun.(10) The gun brandisher was possibly a passenger in a vehicle that had left the scene.(11) Suddenly, a tall and stately golden figure saw us and brandished his weapon menacingly.(12) So, at the top of the stairs I pointed out to him that he was brandishing a dangerous weapon and he could hurt someone.(13) He brandished a weapon and began firing on police as he ran across the street.(14) For the longest while their claim was based only on the sagas, their epic tales starring Eric the Red, his son Leif, Olaf Tryggvesson, and other mighty mariners and brandishers of the battle-axe.(15) Unlike axe brandishers , slaughterers are deeply respected and admired by the other warriors of their tribe.(16) Robbers openly brandished weapons as they intimidated marketers and stole goods and money.
1. flourish ::
2. wave ::
3. shake ::
4. wield ::
5. swing ::
6. swish ::
7. display ::
10. flourish ::
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