1. stirring

noun. ['ˈstɝːɪŋ'] agitating a liquid with an implement.


  • unimpressive

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Rhymes with Stirring

  • transferring
  • transfering
  • nonrecurring
  • preferring
  • conferring
  • concurring
  • referring
  • refering
  • recurring
  • inferring
  • incurring
  • deterring
  • demurring
  • deferring
  • whirring
  • spurring
  • slurring
  • occurring
  • occuring
  • blurring
  • schuring
  • scheuring
  • schering
  • purring
  • heuring
  • hering
  • during

Sentences with stirring

1. Noun, singular or mass
The constant stirring required can break down the structure of the dumplings if left in the pot.

2. Verb, gerund or present participle
Sprinkle ¼ cup of flour over them and cook, stirring over medium heat for one minute.

Quotes about stirring

1. I let coffee drip into my mouth the same way I fall in love—slowly, as I wring out my shirt before going to scrub off the 32-ounce spill. I’m as romantic as a free-refill station that’s out of sugar, cream, and stirring sticks.
- Jarod Kintz, This Book is Not FOR SALE

2. As Emmanuel, Cardinal Suhard says, "To be a witness does not consist in engaging in propaganda, nor even in stirring people up, but in being a living mystery. It means to live in such a way that one's life would not make sense if God did not exist.
- Madeleine L'Engle, Walking on Water: Reflections on Faith and Art

3. She wildly burned for the one she loved and he stood there watching, hoping he too would catch a blaze from the violence stirring in her heart.
- Robert M. Drake

2. soul-stirring

adjective. exciting strong but not unpleasant emotions.


  • stirring


  • nonmoving
  • motionlessness

3. stirring

adjective. ['ˈstɝːɪŋ'] capable of arousing enthusiasm or excitement.


  • rousing


  • motionlessness
  • immobile

4. stirring

adjective. ['ˈstɝːɪŋ'] exciting strong but not unpleasant emotions.


  • soul-stirring


  • unprovocative
  • nonmoving

5. stirring

noun. ['ˈstɝːɪŋ'] arousing to a particular emotion or action.


  • rousing
  • arousal


  • depressant
  • uninteresting
  • unexciting