Certainly fame is like a river, that beareth up things light and swoln, and drowns things weighty and solid.
Of whom the sick world (Anarchy, both vocal and silent, having now swoln rather high) is everywhere getting weary.
The visual orb was swoln, blood-shot, troubled and intolerably dull.
Here Mrs. Meridith ended her narrative, and the swoln eyes of her auditors gave a proof that they had been attentive to it.
It grieved his mother that he was not found, that her heart had not been harrowed by the look of the swoln corpse.
Nor Artists: gross David, with the swoln cheek, has long painted, with genius in a state of convulsion; and will now legislate.