Definition of Swaled

1. swale [v] - See also: swale



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swaled

swainishness
swainishnesses
swainling
swainlings
swainmote
swainmotes
swains
swainship
swainsonine
swaip
swaiped
swaiping
swaips
swaknoite
swale
swaled (current term)
swales
swalier
swaliest
swaling
swalings
swallet
swallets
swallie
swallow
swallow-tailed
swallow-tailed coat
swallow-tailed hawk
swallow-tailed kite
swallow dive

Literary usage of Swaled

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

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1835)
"... and pulled UD at the door, in waiting for the lady of the mansion, it was astonishing to see how gouty old squires and Hier- less nabobs ' swaled ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1871)
"The morning after the masquerade; the candles in the ante-room, with long wicks, swaled down to the sockets; and the footman yawning his head half off; ..."

3. The Lives of the Saints by Sabine Baring-Gould (1882)
"S. Ethelwold. candle on the book, and though the grease had swaled over the page, the parchment was unconsumed. This was regarded as miraculous. ..."

4. Tatterdemalion by John Galsworthy (1920)
"The bracken had, most of it, been cut in the autumn, and not a hundred yards away the furze was being swaled; the little blood-red flames and the blue smoke ..."

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