Definition of Swinneys

1. swinney [n] - See also: swinney



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swinneys

swingsets
swingtree
swingtrees
swingy
swinish
swinishly
swinishness
swinishnesses
swink
swinked
swinker
swinkers
swinking
swinks
swinney
swinneys (current term)
swipe
swipeable
swipecard
swipecards
swiped
swiper
swipers
swipes
swipey
swipier
swipiest
swiping
swiple
swiples

Literary usage of Swinneys

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1. Seventh Day Baptists in Europe and America: A Series of Historical Papers by Seventh Day Baptist General Conference (1910)
"... we gather the following: ''First, And mainly, This man's converts from the Cohansey Baptist Church prior to 1716; notably the swinneys, Bowens, ..."

2. The History of Methodism in Missouri for a Decade of Years from 1860 to 1870 by William Henry Lewis, David Rice McAnally (1890)
"... and the swinneys.of whom William D. Swinney was a life.long steward and the financier of the ..."

3. A Century of Birmingham Life, Or, A Chronicle of Local Events from 1741 to by John Alfred Langford (1868)
"... and swinneys Newspapers ; 1. That as Deritend Bridge is a County Bridge, and not in the Parish of Birmingham, it is unjust that ..."

4. A General History of the Sabbatarian Churches: Embracing Accounts of the by Tamar Davis (1851)
"Subsequently it was leased to a hose company; and afterwards sold by these churches to * The large and respectable families of the swinneys, Tomlinsons, ..."

5. Seventh Day Baptists in Europe and America: A Series of Historical Papers by Seventh Day Baptist General Conference (1910)
"... we gather the following: ''First, And mainly, This man's converts from the Cohansey Baptist Church prior to 1716; notably the swinneys, Bowens, ..."

6. The History of Methodism in Missouri for a Decade of Years from 1860 to 1870 by William Henry Lewis, David Rice McAnally (1890)
"... and the swinneys.of whom William D. Swinney was a life.long steward and the financier of the ..."

7. A Century of Birmingham Life, Or, A Chronicle of Local Events from 1741 to by John Alfred Langford (1868)
"... and swinneys Newspapers ; 1. That as Deritend Bridge is a County Bridge, and not in the Parish of Birmingham, it is unjust that ..."

8. A General History of the Sabbatarian Churches: Embracing Accounts of the by Tamar Davis (1851)
"Subsequently it was leased to a hose company; and afterwards sold by these churches to * The large and respectable families of the swinneys, Tomlinsons, ..."

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