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➿Double Curly Loop

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Meaning of ➿ Double Curly Loop Emoji

Double Curly Loop emoji is a line that has curled over itself twice in a row. You can use this emoji to represent a more thrilling rollercoaster. If you’re planning on a fair day with some friends, send this emoji with the 🎪 Circus Tent emoji to ask if everyone is cool with going on a rollercoaster.

With how it looks, this emoji can be used to represent wheels. Like if you need to replace wheels on a 🛹 Skateboard, send this emoji with the Skateboard emoji. It can also represents a double frontflip. You can do the same with other wheeled objects, like cars.

User-Submitted Meanings

It can also represent a double frontflip.
Author Drihunderbpolt, Aug 27, 2023
can also represent heartbreak and sadness
Author 9ti-pman, Nov 15, 2023

Examples of ➿ Double Curly Loop Emoji using

Popular phrases with ➿ Double Curly Loop Emoji to use in messengers and the web:

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Combinations with ➿ Double Curly Loop Emoji

Combinations are just a bunch of emojis placed together, like this: ⏳➿⌛️ . You can use combos to make riddles or messages without words.

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— Time Is Running Out
— Harmony
— Be careful

Relevant kaomoji

Kaomoji are popular in Japan for sharing emotions and situations using Japanese grammar, punctuation, and characters. Like this: _o_o ! To impress your friends, you can use this creative style in messengers and the web.

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➿ Double Curly Loop Emoji look across different devices

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General information about ➿ Double Curly Loop Emoji

Full name ➿ Double Curly Loop
Category 💯 Symbols
Subcategory 🔱 Other Symbol
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Unicode (fully-qualified) ➿ U+27BF
Unicode version Unicode 6.0 (2010)
Listed in Emoji Version 1.0