verb (used with object), swaged, swag·ing.
Origin of swage
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Historical Examples of swagers
Tom is about 16 years old about five feet high light chestnut coller, smart active boy, and swagers in his walk.The Underground Railroad
Word Origin for swage
"to shape or bend by use of a tool," 1831, from swage (n.), the name of the tool for bending or shaping cold metal (1812), from Old French souage.