swat teams moved in and tear gas canisters were heard from the perimeter of what had essentially become a militarized zone.
How dare you swat me for standing up for my rights for demanding that I be treated as an equal human being.
Hence the swat teams and armored trucks surrounding his house.
Her family was offered security several times, but her father, an eminent and respected figure in swat, refused.
You were also in swat early on, which has the most ridiculous plot ever.
I'm a long way behind and shall have to swat like anything to get myself up to even ordinary standard.
At school, he is a "smug" or a "swat," while the Red-blood is captain of the Eleven.
swat, replied Budge, that being his gum version of Thats what.
Won't Taylor be mad when I tell him, for if there is one thing he hates it is swat!
In my minds eye I see you swing the bat like a war club 243 and swat the sphere hard enough to dent it.
1796, American English and northern England dialect word, possibly an alteration of Middle English swap "to strike, smite" (see swap), ultimately of imitative origin. Related: Swatted; swatting. The noun is recorded from 1800.
To strike; hit: He spoke up and got swatted for it (1796+)