drachtio, nrachtiodrachtiem, drachtia, drachtia’, drachtiaf, drachtiai, drachtiais, drachtiaist, drachtian, drachtiant, drachtiasai, drachtiasant, drachtiodd, drachtiasem, drachtiasent, drachtiasid, drachtiasit, drachtiasoch, drachtiasom, drachtiaswn, drachtid, drachtiech, drachtied, drachtiom, drachtien, drachtient, drachtier, drachties, drachtiest, drachtiet, drachtiff, drachtio, drachtioch, drachti, drachtiasech, drachtion, drachtiont, drachtir, drachtith, drachtiwch, drachtiwn, drachtiwyd, drachtiwyf, drachtiych, ddrachtiem, ddrachtia, ddrachtia’, ddrachtiaf, ddrachtiai, ddrachtiais, ddrachtiaist, ddrachtian, ddrachtiant, ddrachtiasai, ddrachtiasant, ddrachtiodd, ddrachtiasem, ddrachtiasent, ddrachtiasid, ddrachtiasit, ddrachtiasoch, ddrachtiasom, ddrachtiaswn, ddrachtid, ddrachtiech, ddrachtied, ddrachtiom, ddrachtien, ddrachtient, ddrachtier, ddrachties, ddrachtiest, ddrachtiet, ddrachtiff, ddrachtio, ddrachtioch, ddrachti, ddrachtiasech, ddrachtion, ddrachtiont, ddrachtir, ddrachtith, ddrachtiwch, ddrachtiwn, ddrachtiwyd, ddrachtiwyf, ddrachtiychdracht, drachtiau, ddracht, ddrachtiau, joch, jochiau, lymaid, llymaid, nhracht, nracht, nrachtiau, tracht
Noun(1) a large and hurried swallow
Verb(1) strike heavily, especially with the fist or a bat(2) to swallow hurriedly or greedily or in one draught
(1) Soon the guard took his water canteen out of his belt, took a swig , and dropped to the floor, never to wake again.(2) His partner took a long swig , either ignoring his friend or too drunk to care.(3) he took a swig of tea(4) Marie pulled the cigarette out of her mouth and took a swig of her drink, until only half of it remained.(5) He wipes the drool, takes a swig of beer and takes a quick run through the Internet to keep from falling asleep.(6) She regretted not taking a swig of orange juice with the banana, not remembering to drink that half glass of instant tea.(7) Leaning against the side of the wall, he took a swig of his drink.(8) Taking a big swig from her emergency bottle of glucose drink, she kicked the door down, and entered the studio.(9) When Liz came back with a tray the old lady seized her cup and took a long swig of hot tea.(10) At 250 calories a swig , it was the perfect drink for ski troopers in off the mountains.(11) In other words, when the men get tired of the women spending long hours agonising over jewellery, they can just step next door for a swig .(12) I pulled the bottle out from under the cushion and took a swig of the liquor in it.(13) From the pocket of his khaki jacket, he picked a small liquor bottle and took a swig .(14) Wesley coughed and swallowed a long swig of his ale while Pearl tried to explain her complicated situation.(15) She swallowed them with a swig of water, and asked if she could go to bed.(16) I laughed, watching them take a bite of their muffins and then drinking a swig of pop at almost the same time.
1. draft ::
2. gulp ::
3. quaff ::
4. gulp ::
Different Formsswig, swigs
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