Origin of swale
Words nearby swale
How to use swale in a sentence
Just a caved-in swale of dirt and two rods poking out of the earth.
The murmur of the nearby Swale and the notes of the English thrushes filled the air with soft melody.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
As a trailer McFann had few equals, and he knew every swale in the prairie and every nook in the mountains on the reservation.Mystery Ranch|Arthur Chapman
A turn with the steering-wheel headed the Flier for the opening, and she glided in between the sloping walls of the narrow swale.
By and by we stopped at a place where a feller called Spangler got out and lost himself in a swale.
The lilt of a lark hanging above the swale beside them was not sweeter than the sweetness of his voice.Freckles|Gene Stratton-Porter
British Dictionary definitions for swale
- a moist depression in a tract of land, usually with rank vegetation
- (as modifier)swell and swale topography