Definition of Swapt
1. swap [v] - See also: swap
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Literary usage of Swapt
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Book of Ballads, Old and New by Guido Hermann Stempel (1917)
"Strenger, stronger. Sud, suld, should. Sum, some. swapt, smote; swapt together, struck at each other. Sware, swore. Swat, pt., sweat, sweated. Swerd, sword. ..."
2. Collectanea Relating to Manchester and Its Neighbourhood, at Various Periods by John Harland (1866)
"26th. I heard Mr. Harper on Satan's devices against the church, and Mr. Ainscough on " So let him eat that bread," &c. Saw 2 friends, swapt with MH books. ..."