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swill/swil/Learn to pronounceSee definitions in:allfarmingalcoholic · informalverbverb: swill; 3rd person present: swills; past tense: swilled; past participle: swilled; gerund or present participle: swilling 1. British wash or rinse out (an area or container) by pouring large amounts of water or other liquid over or into it. "I swilled out the mug" h Similar: washsluiceclean outflushrinsebathecleansedrench cause (liquid) to swirl around in a container or cavity. "she gently swilled her brandy around her glass" (of a liquid) move or splash about over a surface. "the icy water swilled around us"2.informaldrink (something) greedily or in large quantities."they whiled away their evening swilling pints of beer"hSimilar:drinkquaffswallowdowngulp downdrainguzzleimbibesupslurpconsumeswigswill (down)slugknock backknock offtoss offput awaybend one's elbowneckget one's laughing gear roundchug scarf down accompany (food) with large quantities of drink. "a feast swilled down with pints of cider"nounnoun: swill; plural noun: swills 1. kitchen refuse and scraps of waste food mixed with water for feeding to pigs.. h Similar: pigswillhogwashpigwashwashmashslopsscrapsrefusescouringsleftoverswaste matterwasteremainsdetritus informal alcohol of inferior quality. "the beer was just warm swill"2.informala large mouthful of a drink."a swill of ale"***********************************Well, if you say so.ww
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