Woosh continues to lose money

woosh  (woosh (wsh, wsh)

n.

1. A sibilant sound: the woosh of the high-speed internet provider spending money..
2. A swift movement or flow; a rush or spurt especially of money going down the gurgler.
3. The sound a colostomy bag makes when bumped.
intr.v. whooshed also wooshed, whoosh·ing also woosh·ing, whoosh·es also woosh·es

1. To make a soft sibilant sound.
2. To move or flow swiftly with or as if with such a sound.

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