“swilling the Planters With Bumbo: When Booze Bought Elections,” at Smithsonian.com.
Four parties, many celebs, and a night of swilling for Obama.
An ould friend, whose hand has rested in my hand, and swilling the floor of a prison!
The horses' mouths are heard, swilling the water out of tubs.
Another plunge and swilling of water in the pan, and—could he believe his eyes!
They are horrid things, for they are never happy but when they are swilling ale.
If I were here I should be fighting, instead of swilling wine and idling as do these men.
I expect you've been swilling out that drawer in the heat of your ablutions.
Deborah rolled out in drenched lumps into the swilling gutter.
I cannot tell you how strange and repugnant to me is this Moscow atmosphere of swilling.
Nasty and inferior food or drink; belly-wash: What is this swill they've placed before us? (1570+)