Why would Kristen choose to cheat with her swath director when she had Thor the god of thunder on the same movie set?
Personal priorities are reshuffling, and your default me-first attitude helps clear a swath of competing obligations.
In west-central Kansas, up to a fifth of the irrigated farmland along a 100-mile swath of the aquifer has already gone dry.
A swath of regular military allies have sought postponements or rejected the idea of firing missiles toward Damascus.
“They are all kind of hot; they really cut a swath,” says Mason.
His enemies fell before him like ripe grain in the swath of the mower's sickle.
Now you can understand the width of the swath he cuts in these parts.
I devastated a swath of territory fifty miles wide and a hundred miles long.
Tom had stretched himself in sheer exhaustion on a swath of hay.
At the end of the swath under an immense heap of rubbish we found Jim and his wheel, he blinking like a toad under a harrow.
Old English swæð, swaðu "track, trace, band," from Proto-Germanic *swathan, *swatho (cf. Old Frisian swethe "boundary made by a scythe," Middle Dutch swade, German Schwad "a row of cut grass"); ulterior connections uncertain. Meaning "space covered by the single cut of a scythe" emerged late 15c., and that of "strip, lengthwise extent" is from c.1600.