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Swiffer

(Genericized Trademark; Conversion) To clean a floor tile using any type of mop =This term was first a trademark of Procter & Gamble, referring to a specific type of mop, however, has More…

Swift-Boat

To run a political campaign using false or misleading information intended to damage the opponent. =This word is both jargon and slang. It is primarily used by people interested and/or More…

Swifty-five

A swift, or easily-earned, fifty-five dollars. My cousin used this original, humorous word because she wanted to say she had made a swift fifty-five dollars, but saying it quickly made her More…

swimming-chance

a small or minimal possibility Used to metaphorically describe the "chance one may have if they "swim" against the obstacle. If they swim (work) they have the chance of overcoming the More…

Swipe

To swipe an ID card to gain entrance to a building or to grant someone else entrance =ID cards are required to enter most colleges not your own at Rice University. This is typically used More…

Swirllgasm

A state of ecstasy achieved during the consumption of Swirll frozen yogurt similar to that achieved during intercourse. Etymology : Swirll, proper noun, and orgasm, from post-classical More…

Swish

to make a shot in basketball shot that does not hit the iron hoop, and only touches the net.. =He swished that last shot. Etymology : From the sound produced by the aforementioned act: More…

Swiss-Cheesed

shot numerous times, usually resulting in death. Apparent Meaning: shot-up, hit by so many bullets that the body looks like swiss-cheese (full of holes), killed. Reason Used: to instill More…

switch hitter

(from baseball terms to sexuality terms) A slang term commonly used to refer to those who like members of both genders, male and female. This term goes along with the baseball term More…

swol

to be visibly upset or angry Comes from a visual picture of someone geting puffed up or "swollen" with anger or irritation at someone- there is a sense that the person who is upset is More…

Swol

Very well built, muscular =Term is used to describe someone that is very muscular and big. Does not have to be very big, just muscular and well toned. People use this word to describe More…

Swol

Buff, having particularly large muscles. Swol is a clipping of swollen, which is a metaphor someone looking big and swollen because of their muscles. =“Jeff you’re looking swol.” “Thanks! More…

swol (1)

To be physically strong or have visibly defined muscles as a result of physically exercise. Typically as a result of weightlifting ="When did Colin get swol?" "He's More…

swole

Very muscular =“I would have backed you up and told off that guy who was giving you a hard time the other day, but he was pretty swole.” Etymology : Clipping of swollen. Taken from More…

Swole

Very muscular and strong. =You are looking swole today. You must have been taking extra protein. Etymology : Clipping of the word swollen. From old english geswollen =Heard from More…

swole (1)

(Clipping from swollen, with an element of sound symbolism.) The description of someone who has been working out a lot, specifically lifting, and has increased their muscle mass More…

Swole (3)

(From the word swollen) Very muscular/buff, looking good after a workout. =Used as an adjective to describe muscular people. Heard from my roommate JR last year. It is a pretty commonly More…

Swole 2

To have a large muscular mass, usually coupled with being strong, but primarily a word to make note of physical size ="You must be hitting the gym regularly, you are looking pretty More…

Swole(1)

(adjective) To be in very good physical shape, notably with extremely large or oversized muscles. The word comes from the fact that the person (usually a male) now has a swollen appearance. More…

Swole15

(adjective) someone who is cut (physically fit in a big way) =The word swole typically describes someone who frequents the weight room with the intentions of getting bigger, and gaining More…