Noun(1) wet feed (especially for pigs
Verb(1) feed pigs(2) drink large quantities of (liquid, especially alcoholic drink
(1) the beer was just warm swill(2) a swill of ale(3) Called swill or slop, this waste is used to feed pigs and other animals by farmers who were happy to get the cheap food.(4) At sunset, everyone returns to the porch to swill rum punch and wait for the bats to swoop down.(5) This appalling litter problem is mainly caused by the unpleasant habit of so many people now who eat their meals in the street, swill them down with a can of drink and then finish off with the inevitable cigarette.(6) Gulping the drink down in one swill , I gagged as I was rudely reminded this particular glass of Coke had been injected with bourbon.(7) These bottles bear witness to the multitude who tried to take advantage of the distinctive flask to flog off their own less-than-distinctive swill .(8) I didn't want to have to swill vodka before 8 a.m.(9) The report also recommended the government continue the ban on feeding animals swill containing meat catering waste.(10) Then it has to persuade some of the millions still drinking the swill sold at most convenience stores and gas stations to trade up.(11) They both then paused, an awkward moment stepping into their time as they took a small swill from their drinks.(12) But the use of catering waste as swill continued.(13) The Government had already clamped down on swill , the most likely route by which the disease had got into the country.(14) Criminals simply drove them off the home-owner's drives while the motorist was having a last swill of coffee.(15) Leftover ham from the meals was sold for swill for British pigs.(16) A basic mouthwash such as Chlorhexidine is also good to swill around the chops every day - but spit it out, don't swallow.
(1) swill down :: golchion lawr
1. gulp ::
2. pigswill ::
3. slop ::
4. drink ::
5. slop ::
6. swill down ::
swill, swilled, swilling, swills
Word Example from TV Shows
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That? Dornish SWILL.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7
We brought our own wine,
not the SWILL they serve here.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 6
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