Another, more erotic, painting shows a young, topless girl wearing handcuffs, surreptitiously sneaking a swig of beer from a can.
Pavlenko exclaimed, taking a swig of the Ukrainian vodka known as harilka.
After effectively blowing him off the screen, she pops a Budweiser and takes a swig before gazing at the defeated one last time.
swig has blamed the lack of payment on his inability to access his Lehman loan.
I ordered a salad, ate it, and in the bathroom snuck a swig of Pepto.
Instead, however, of jumping at the chance, he took a swig at a flask of cognac.
I don't care ef there's a dozen on 'em;' and he took a swig at his bottle.
Maybe, like as not, a swig o' rum ud sweeten his bilge, sir.
Then let us have a swig at the colonel's port—it's the best in the county.
She's a rare wench, and would sooner see a rebel hanged, than bod her nose at a basin of swig and roasted apples.
1540s, "drink, liquor," later "big or hearty drink of liquor" (1620s), of unknown origin.
1650s, from swig (n.). Related: Swigged; swigging.