Definition of Swingers

1. Noun. (plural of swinger) ¹



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Definition of Swingers

1. swinger [n] - See also: swinger

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swingers

swing votes
swingarm
swingball
swingbeat
swingby
swingbys
swinge
swingebuckler
swingebucklers
swinged
swingeing
swingeingly
swingel
swingels
swinger
swingers (current term)
swinges
swingframe
swingframes
swingier
swingiest
swinging
swinging-door chad
swinging-door chads
swinging bunt
swinging bunts
swinging chad
swinging door
swinging post
swinging the lead

Literary usage of Swingers

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1. Oriental Memoirs: A Narrative of Seventeen Years Residence in India by James Forbes (1834)
"... Hot winds—Wild beasts—Danger from Tigers—Chamelion of the Concan—Serpents—Excavations in the Mountains—Hindoo Devotees, swingers, Jugglers, Combatants, ..."

2. Siam: A Handbook of Practical, Commercial, and Political Information by Walter Armstrong Graham (1913)
"The Brahmans enter the sentry-boxes and intone prayers, and the swingers pulling on the ... The momentum increases gradually, the swingers perform grotesque ..."

3. Silk-culture Directory and Silk-caterpillars Disorders by Gerardo Barricelli (1884)
"Four 'swingers', hung from the ceiling and two feet from the floor, are seen by the short side, ... Now four swingers put as the above would contain a ..."

4. Baseball Notes for Coaches and Players by Elmer Berry (1916)
"Late swingers and balls on the outside go to right field. Fast swingers, slow and inside balls go to left field. Hard swingers using a long bat drive them ..."

5. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1897)
"... to test the skill of the swingers, a rope was stretched across from the trunk of the chestnut to the pole of the swing, and each of the four swingers ..."

6. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1897)
"How, to test the skill of the swingers, a rope was stretched across from the trunk of the chestnut to the pole of the swing, and each of the four swingers ..."

7. Oriental Memoirs: A Narrative of Seventeen Years Residence in India by James Forbes (1834)
"... Hot winds—Wild beasts—Danger from Tigers—Chamelion of the Concan—Serpents—Excavations in the Mountains—Hindoo Devotees, swingers, Jugglers, Combatants, ..."

8. Siam: A Handbook of Practical, Commercial, and Political Information by Walter Armstrong Graham (1913)
"The Brahmans enter the sentry-boxes and intone prayers, and the swingers pulling on the ... The momentum increases gradually, the swingers perform grotesque ..."

9. Silk-culture Directory and Silk-caterpillars Disorders by Gerardo Barricelli (1884)
"Four 'swingers', hung from the ceiling and two feet from the floor, are seen by the short side, ... Now four swingers put as the above would contain a ..."

10. Baseball Notes for Coaches and Players by Elmer Berry (1916)
"Late swingers and balls on the outside go to right field. Fast swingers, slow and inside balls go to left field. Hard swingers using a long bat drive them ..."

11. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1897)
"... to test the skill of the swingers, a rope was stretched across from the trunk of the chestnut to the pole of the swing, and each of the four swingers ..."

12. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1897)
"How, to test the skill of the swingers, a rope was stretched across from the trunk of the chestnut to the pole of the swing, and each of the four swingers ..."

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