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Swa
Swa "Swa" (sw[aum]), adv. [See .] So. [Obs.] -Chaucer.
Swab
Swab "Swab", v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] [See , n.] To clean with a mop or swab; to wipe when very wet, as after washing; as, to swab the desk of a ship. More…
Swab
Swab "Swab", n. [Written also swob.] 1. A kind of mop for cleaning floors, the desks of vessels, etc., esp. one made of rope-yarns or threads. 2. A bit of sponge, cloth, or the More…
Swabbed
Swab "Swab", v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] [See , n.] To clean with a mop or swab; to wipe when very wet, as after washing; as, to swab the desk of a ship. More…
swabber
Swobber "Swob"ber", n. 1. See . 2. pl. Four privileged cards, formerly used in betting at the game of whist. [Written also .] -Swift.
Swabber
Swabber "Swab"ber", v. t. To swab. [R.]
Swabber
Swabber "Swab"ber", n. [D. zwabber; cf.D. zwabberen to swab, G. schwabbern, Dan. svabre, Sw. svab a swab, svabla to swab.] 1. One who swabs a floor or desk. -Shak. 2. (Naut.) More…
Swabbing
Swab "Swab", v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] [See , n.] To clean with a mop or swab; to wipe when very wet, as after washing; as, to swab the desk of a ship. More…
Swad
Swad "Swad", n. [Probably fr. AS. swe?ian to bind.] [Written also .] 1. A cod, or pod, as of beans or pease. [Prov. Eng.] Swad, in the north, is a peascod shell - thence More…
Swaddle
Swaddle "Swad"dle", n. [AS. swe?il, swe?el, fr. swe?ain to bind. See .] Anything used to swaddle with, as a cloth or band; a swaddling band. They put me in bed in More…
Swaddle
Swaddle "Swad"dle", v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] 1. To bind as with a bandage; to bind or warp tightly with clothes; to swathe; - used esp. of More…
Swaddlebill
Swaddlebill "Swad"dle*bill`", n. (Zo["o]l.) The shoveler. [Local, U.S.]
Swaddled
Swaddle "Swad"dle", v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] 1. To bind as with a bandage; to bind or warp tightly with clothes; to swathe; - used esp. of More…
Swaddler
Swaddler "Swad"dler", n. A term of contempt for an Irish Methodist. -Shipley.
Swaddling
Swaddle "Swad"dle", v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] 1. To bind as with a bandage; to bind or warp tightly with clothes; to swathe; - used esp. of More…
Swaddling
Swaddling "Swad"dling", a. & n. from , v. , , or , a band or cloth wrapped round an infant, especially round a More…
Swaddling band
Swaddling "Swad"dling", a. & n. from , v. , , or , a band or cloth wrapped round an infant, especially round a More…
Swaddling cloth
Swaddling "Swad"dling", a. & n. from , v. , , or , a band or cloth wrapped round an infant, especially round a More…
Swaddling clout
Swaddling "Swad"dling", a. & n. from , v. , , or , a band or cloth wrapped round an infant, especially round a More…
Swag
Swag "Swag", v. i. To tramp carrying a swag. [Australia]
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