Definition of Swails

1. swail [n] - See also: swail

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swails

swaggers
swaggery
swaggie
swaggies
swagging
swaggy
swaging
swagman
swagmen
swags
swagshop
swagshops
swagsman
swagsmen
swail
swails (current term)
swain
swaining
swainings
swainish
swainishness
swainishnesses
swainling
swainlings
swainmote
swainmotes
swains
swainship
swainsonine
swaip

Literary usage of Swails

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Practices and Procedures of the Investigating Services of the Deparment edited by Strom Thurmond (1998)
"Anthony Verducci, the author of Jagman 1, who told swails during that April, ... Gene Wheaton who provided swails with the irrefutable evidence ..."

2. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1887)
"beds are numerous groups of mounds, some of them composed of long and round mounds which run in rows parallel with the sides of the swails, and some of them ..."

3. History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry by Luis Fenollosa Emilio (1894)
"Sergeant swails of Company F was with Captains Simpkins and Russel under the left bastion. They climbed the parapet, and were at once fired upon. ..."

4. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1887)
"VILLAGE LIFE AND CLAN RESIDENCES. beds are numerous groups of mounds, some of them composed sides of the swails, and some of them composed of effigies. ..."

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