Crowds streamed by afoot, asaddle and awheel, all bound for a common destination.
Old Judge Priest Irvin S. Cobb
When he went abroad with Cynthia awheel or afoot, some took off their hats—an unheard-of thing in Coniston.
Coniston, Complete Winston Churchill
Who his trimmed enough carriages to set all New Hampshire awheel, and who still practises his trade in Exeter.
The Real Diary of a Real Boy Henry A. Shute
noun (pl) awhato (NZ) the mummified body of a caterpillar killed by the fungus Cordyceps robertsii, sometimes used as a dye
for a short time or period: Stay awhile. Contemporary Examples I think for awhile he thought he had to go to every party in Washington. The Education of Luke Russert Howard Kurtz December 5, 2010 Perhaps, once in awhile, scarcity will breed rational thinking, too. Explosion of Cute: Inside the Superfan Mania of Hello Kitty […]
awhfy are we having fun yet?
rotating rapidly; spinning; whirling (usually used predicatively): dancers awhirl to the strains of a lively waltz. Historical Examples His senses were awhirl, his spirits high in the chimera that Trusia cared for him. Trusia Davis Brinton Everything had come so suddenly that the girl’s brain was all awhirl. The Easiest Way Eugene Walter and Arthur […]