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swack

To hit something in a swift motion. “Swack” was formed from a speech error by Justin N. The verbs “swat” and “smack” are similar in meaning, connotation, More…

swack (2)

(VERB) To take attention or steal style from someone. =Often a person's style may infringe upon or flat out copy another's. The term may have began as 'took my swagger,' More…

swacket

A garment having traits of both a jacket and a sweater =This word is a blend of the words "jacket" and "sweater"; it refers to a jacket made of a knitted, sweater-like More…

swag

(swagger N > swagga N > swag N) unique personality or style =Swag is a noun used in the hip hop community. To be told that you have swag is a compliment, and it can be likened to More…

Swag

(Clipping) someone's "coolness" as determined by the way they carry themselves =This differs from how its base form - swagger - has been used in the past in that it is More…

swag (2)

one's personal style and demeanor in which they carry themselves =I totally dig his killer swag. Etymology : possible clipping of 'swagger' ="Turn my Swag on" More…

Swag (3)

(From the word swagger, removing the -er.) Presenting oneself in a positive "cool" light through dress or style to be admired or emulated. Traveling to a place in style & More…

Swag (4)

An appearance of confidence and coolness. =“I wish I had as much swag as Jarrell does…” Etymology : Clipping of “swagger” which means the same thing. =Soulja Boy song (2009) More…

Swag (9)

(clipping) the mannerisms in which one walks, carries themselves and dresses, it is a style, a lifestyle =“Omg, check out that guy’s swag, I love the way he dresses and look at that More…

Swag (most general)

(n.) A confident way in which one carries oneself. Free stuff. Things that are cool. Any stuff, just generally. Bling. A type of curtain. The way something swings, such as a woman's More…

swag [2]

Clipping of swagger, now meaning the cool way that someone presents themselves. =Look at him, he's got so much swag. Etymology : Swag is a clipping from swagger first recorded in More…

Swag(1)

Confidence and style that defines how one carries oneself, especially in reference to how one dresses. =‘Swag’ is used to describe a confident manner with which one dresses and behaves. More…

swag(10)

N: style; swagger I: an exclamation praising the style or swagger of an individual =Swag is word clipped from swagger. The transformation of swagger to swag took place due to its growing More…

swag(3)

(clipping) the quality of unique style and couthe; noticeable, outstanding coolness =There is so much swag in his walk and talk, I would totally date him. commonly used in rap songs. More…

swag(8)

aura of confidence =An individual may have swag if they walk around with a swagger, representing their self-confidence. Swag is an intangible quality, and cannot really be measured; one More…

swag10

(noun) “Swag” now refers to people’s style or even the way that they carry themselves. =It can be referring to a specific piece or clothing or shoe that gives the person more “swag”. More…

swag23

(swag; creative formation; swagger) 1)style or effect of “coolness” extended from definition 2 in a more positive connotation 2) wearing long t shirts, baggy pants, and a hat in a style More…

Swagg

This is my swagg, if you don’t like it then that’s too bad. =This is my swagg, if you don’t like it then that’s too bad. Etymology : “Swagg” comes from swagger and is often referred to More…

Swagger

a unique style that fits with a person’s personality and acts as a mark of individuality. Apparent Meaning: a unique style, mark of individuality and personality. Reason Used: More…

swagger

(novel creation) having a smooth style, associated with a persons walk and attitude. Having high self confidence ="Watch my swagger" Etymology : the way that a psrson walks may More…


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