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swig (informal) an amount of fluid, esp. liquor, drunk in a single rapid swallow. [2 definitions]
swill liquid food or food mixed with much liquid, esp. refuse fed to domestic animals; slop. [8 definitions]
swim to move through water by means of bodily motions. [10 definitions]
swim bladder an inflated sac that extends lengthwise against the upper side of the body cavity of most bony fishes, its purpose being to regulate hydrostatic pressure.
swimmer one who swims, esp. one who does so competitively.
swimmeret any of the small abdominal appendages found on various crustaceans such as lobsters, used mainly to carry eggs or aid in swimming.
swimming the activity or sport of propelling one's body through water by means of bodily motions.
swimming costume a British word for a garment worn for swimming. Swimming costume has the same meaning as bathing suit.
swimming hole a pond or a deep spot in a river or stream that is used for swimming.
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.