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backstroke to swim using a backstroke. [1/3 definitions]
dip a brief swim. [1/15 definitions]
fish ladder a series of pools at gradually increasing heights that allows fish, such as salmon, to swim upstream around a dam or other obstruction.
outswim combined form of swim.
paddle to swim through water with short forward strokes in a manner similar to crawling, or to make similar motions in water without moving forward. [1/8 definitions]
pentathlon in the Olympic games, a five-event contest in which each competitor must ride, on horseback, a cross-country course, run cross-country, swim, fence, and shoot a pistol. [1/2 definitions]
salmon any of various edible saltwater fishes with tender, pinkish flesh that are related to trout, inhabit waters in the north, and characteristically swim up streams to spawn in fresh water. [1/2 definitions]
scallop any of various sea mollusks that have rounded, ribbed, bivalve shells and are able to swim rapidly. [1/6 definitions]
shad any of several edible fishes of the herring family that swim up streams to spawn. [1/2 definitions]
skinny-dip (informal) to swim without clothing; swim nude. [1/2 definitions]
swam past tense of swim.
swum past participle of swim.
verbal noun a noun that is derived from a verb; gerund, such as "driving" in "He hates driving," or infinitive, such as "to swim" in "She loves to swim".
water wings an air-filled, wing-shaped device used to support the body of someone learning to swim.