advancing or ascending in a continuous curve that winds round a central point
continuous increase or decrease in two or more quantities alternately because each depends on the other(s)
move in a spiral course
increase or decrease continuously
"a coil of rope"
"the muscles and nerves of his fine drawn body were coiling for action"
"black smoke coiling up into the sky"
"the young people gyrated on the dance floor"
"The path spirals up the mountain"
The peel falls from her..hands in a long pale spiral.
出自： M. Atwood
They climbed in long spirals, up into the mountains.
出自： N. Sherry
Spiral stone steps worn by a century..of monkish feet.
出自： A. Burgess
A narrow stairway spiralled up to the tower.
出自： R. Macaulay
All..on board a..Boeing 737 died when it spiralled into the sea.
That shadow falling, like a leaf spiralling down.
出自：New Quarterly (Canada)
Hope spiralled up from the pit of her stomach.