verb (used with object), swaged, swag·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM swageswager, noun
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The shank and tang are now heated, and a proper form given to them by means of a die and swage.
The round files are formed by a swage similar to those used by common smiths, but a little conical.
This is too fragile to bear the action of the opposite steel dies of the swage above described.
Then they are brought out of the fire, put in a swage, end to end, and struck on the ends with a sledge hammer.
The arm should be drawn out of a piece of flat iron and made half round by a swage on the anvil.