Definition of Swilled

1. Verb. (past of swill) ¹



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Definition of Swilled

1. swill [v] - See also: swill

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swilled

swiftlets
swiftly
swiftness
swiftnesses
swifts
swigged
swiggers
swigging
swiggle
swigs
swike
swill down
swilled (current term)
swiller
swillers
swilling
swillings
swillking
swillkings
swills
swim
swim-bladder
swim bladder
swim bladders
swim cap
swim caps
swim lane

Literary usage of Swilled

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1. Australian Mining and Metalurgy by Donald Clark (1904)
"A vertical baffle plate in front of a sloping overflow discharge prevents mercury from being swilled out by centrifugal action. The sides of the larger pans ..."

2. Metal-colouring and Bronzing by Arthur Horseman Hiorns (1892)
"(a) was simply pickled in the solution, swilled, and dried out in sawdust; (6) and (c) were each pickled like (a), then put on the hot stove and heated ..."

3. Metal-colouring and Bronzing by Arthur Horseman Hiorns (1907)
"(a) was simply pickled in the solution, swilled, and dried out in sawdust; (6) and (c) were each pickled like (a), then put on the hot stove and heated ..."

4. Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting (1825)
"At a convivial party in the early part of his life, some of his friends particularly enlarged on the merits of a " swilled mutton;" a dish which they ..."

5. Australian Mining and Metalurgy by Donald Clark (1904)
"A vertical baffle plate in front of a sloping overflow discharge prevents mercury from being swilled out by centrifugal action. The sides of the larger pans ..."

6. Metal-colouring and Bronzing by Arthur Horseman Hiorns (1892)
"(a) was simply pickled in the solution, swilled, and dried out in sawdust; (6) and (c) were each pickled like (a), then put on the hot stove and heated ..."

7. Metal-colouring and Bronzing by Arthur Horseman Hiorns (1907)
"(a) was simply pickled in the solution, swilled, and dried out in sawdust; (6) and (c) were each pickled like (a), then put on the hot stove and heated ..."

8. Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting (1825)
"At a convivial party in the early part of his life, some of his friends particularly enlarged on the merits of a " swilled mutton;" a dish which they ..."

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