Definition of Swelting

1. Verb. (present participle of swelt) ¹



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Definition of Swelting

1. swelt [v] - See also: swelt

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swelting

swellingly
swellings
swellish
swells
swelltoad
swelltoads
swelp
swelt
swelted
swelter
sweltered
sweltering
swelteringly
swelters
sweltery
swelting (current term)
sweltrier
sweltriest
sweltry
swelts
swept
swept path
swept paths
sweptback
sweptwing
sweptwings
swerf
swerfed
swerfing
swerfs

Literary usage of Swelting

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1. The Darker Superstitions of Scotland: Illustrated from History and Practice by John Graham Dalyell (1834)
"Another " lay in horrible dolour and payne, with continuall swelting, the space of seven or aud,t ..."

2. Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1849)
"He that condemn'd for some notorious vice Seeks in the mines the bait* of avarice, Or, swelting at the furnace, ..."

3. The Darker Superstitions of Scotland: Illustrated from History and Practice by John Graham Dalyell (1834)
"Another " lay in horrible dolour and payne, with continuall swelting, the space of seven or aud,t ..."

4. Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1849)
"He that condemn'd for some notorious vice Seeks in the mines the bait* of avarice, Or, swelting at the furnace, ..."

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