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swimmingly with great ease or success; splendidly.
swimming pool a large man-made tank or pool, usu. concrete and using water-filtering equipment, filled with water and used for swimming.
swimsuit see bathing suit.
swimwear clothing worn for swimming, sunbathing, and the like.
swindle to cheat, esp. by deceit; dupe. [4 definitions]
swine the domestic hog; pig. [3 definitions]
swineherd a person who tends pigs or hogs.
swing to cause (something hanging or suspended) to move back and forth around a point or on an axis. [25 definitions]
swing-by the use of a planet's gravitational pull to facilitate a change in flight direction during space travel.
swinger someone or something that swings. [3 definitions]
swinging characterized by or capable of swinging motion or of being swung.
swinging door a door hung so that it will freely and fully open in either direction and then swing shut by itself.
swingle a wooden knifelike tool, used to clean flax or hemp. [2 definitions]
swingletree see singletree.
swingman in basketball, a player who can skillfully play two different positions such as both forward and guard.
swing shift (informal) the work shift between the day and the night shifts, usu. beginning in the middle of the afternoon and ending at midnight, or the group of workers on this shift.
swingy characterized by swinging activity or motion; swinging.
swinish like, characteristic of, or resembling a swine; beastly; piggish.
swipe a strong sweeping stroke or blow. [4 definitions]
swipple the swinging part of a flail, which strikes the grain in threshing.
swirl to move along or around with a whirling or spiral motion. [5 definitions]