verb (used with object), swaged, swag·ing.
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Origin of swage
OTHER WORDS FROM swageswager, noun
Example sentences from the Web for swage
Frequently swaging is practised at once, without the preliminary detail of fullering.
The ends are upset or enlarged in order to leave enough metal to be dressed down flush, by swaging or by flattering.
Decreased in diameter, width or thickness, by forging or swaging.
An ingot of tungsten is subjected to vigorous swaging until it takes the form of a rod.Artificial Light|M. Luckiesh
The welding of the whole may then be done at one heat, swaging the outside of the collar first.