Definition of Swizzle

1. Noun. Any of various tall frothy mixed drinks made usually of rum and lime juice and sugar shaken with ice.

Terms within: Rum
Generic synonyms: Mixed Drink



Definition of Swizzle

1. v. t. To drink; to swill.

2. n. Ale and beer mixed; also, drink generally.

Definition of Swizzle

1. Noun. A name for various kinds of alcoholic drinks. ¹

2. Verb. To stir or mix. ¹

3. Verb. (computing) To permute bits. ¹

4. Verb. (computing programming transitive) To convert portable symbols or positions to memory-dependent pointers during deserialization. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Swizzle

1. to drink excessively [v -ZLED, -ZLING, -ZLES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swizzle

swiveled
swiveling
swivelled
swivelling
swivelly
swivels
swives
swivet
swivets
swiving
swiz
swizz
swizzed
swizzes
swizzing
swizzle (current term)
swizzle stick
swizzle sticks
swizzled
swizzler
swizzlers
swizzles
swizzling
swob
swobbed
swobber
swobbers
swobbing
swobs
swoe

Literary usage of Swizzle

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1. Cruising Among the Caribbees: Summer Days in Winter Months by Charles Augustus Stoddard (1895)
"... FRANCE IN THE TROPICS — FOUNTAIN•S AND FLOWING WATERS — MARDI GRAS AND WILD REVELRIES THE " swizzle " AND ITS USES — SNAKE STORIES — EMPRESS JOSEPHINE, ..."

2. Twenty-five Years in British Guiana by Henry Kirke (1898)
"This seems simple enough, but it is only one person in a hundred who can make a perfect swizzle ; there must be a purity in the materials, an exactitude in ..."

3. Cruising Among the Caribbees: Summer Days in Winter Months by Charles Augustus Stoddard (1895)
"... FRANCE IN THE TROPICS — FOUNTAIN•S AND FLOWING WATERS — MARDI GRAS AND WILD REVELRIES THE " swizzle " AND ITS USES — SNAKE STORIES — EMPRESS JOSEPHINE, ..."

4. Twenty-five Years in British Guiana by Henry Kirke (1898)
"This seems simple enough, but it is only one person in a hundred who can make a perfect swizzle ; there must be a purity in the materials, an exactitude in ..."

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