Definition of Swives

1. Verb. (present participle of swive) ¹



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Definition of Swives

1. swive [v] - See also: swive

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swives

switzerite
swive
swived
swivel
swivel-hipped
swivel chair
swivel chairs
swivel gun
swivel pin
swiveled
swiveling
swivelled
swivelling
swivelly
swivels
swives (current term)
swivet
swivets
swiving
swiz
swizz
swizzed
swizzes
swizzing
swizzle
swizzle stick
swizzle sticks
swizzled
swizzler
swizzlers

Literary usage of Swives

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1874)
""Men'sWives" was followed by "The Luck of Barry Lyndon," which was as different as can well bo imagined, and which showed an immense intellectual growth. ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1870)
"... 'swives, doubtless, but no disadvantage is it if they be there without their husbands. Of that aide-de-camp who is on service, or of that Attorney- ..."

3. Two Centuries of Costume in America, MDCXX-MDCCCXX. by Alice Morse Earle (1903)
"The tailor of the Winthrop family was one John Smith; he made garments for them all, father, mother, children, and children'swives, and husband's sisters, ..."

4. The history of England (during the middle ages). by Sharon Turner (1814)
"The crusaders flew to arms at the sound, rushed over the ruins, and became masters of the city, with Solyman'swives, on the 20th June 109765. ..."

5. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1874)
""Men'sWives" was followed by "The Luck of Barry Lyndon," which was as different as can well bo imagined, and which showed an immense intellectual growth. ..."

6. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1870)
"... 'swives, doubtless, but no disadvantage is it if they be there without their husbands. Of that aide-de-camp who is on service, or of that Attorney- ..."

7. Two Centuries of Costume in America, MDCXX-MDCCCXX. by Alice Morse Earle (1903)
"The tailor of the Winthrop family was one John Smith; he made garments for them all, father, mother, children, and children'swives, and husband's sisters, ..."

8. The history of England (during the middle ages). by Sharon Turner (1814)
"The crusaders flew to arms at the sound, rushed over the ruins, and became masters of the city, with Solyman'swives, on the 20th June 109765. ..."

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