Origin of swan1
OTHER WORDS FROM swanswanlike, adjective
Words nearby swan
Other definitions for swan (2 of 3)
Origin of swan2
Other definitions for swan (3 of 3)
How to use swan in a sentence
An anonymous identifier called SWAN lets people control what ads they see online.Media Briefing: How publishers are earning money with NFTs|Tim Peterson|April 1, 2021|Digiday
Gaetz apparently shared messages and documents supporting his claims with Axios's Jonathan Swan, though Swan didn't offer details on what that material indicated.
According to Swan, one kilo of lettuce can be produced at Sustenir Agriculture with one-twelfth of the carbon emissions it takes to import lettuce from Australia.The indoor urban farm startup that’s undercutting importers by 30%|Clarisa Diaz|March 31, 2021|Quartz
We were dating at the height of popularity of sites like Hot or Not and TV shows like The Swan.
The company wouldn’t make the mistake again, as it sought to pack even more transistors per chip at a scale of 7-nanometers next, Swan promised.
The film Black Swan, with costumes by Rodarte, had an enormous impact on fashion.
Natalie Portman The Black Swan Oscar winner rapped on SNL with The Lonely Island.When Celebrities Rap: Watch Anne Hathaway, Natalie Portman, Gwyneth Paltrow and More Spit Rhymes|Marina Watts|April 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Fountain was one long fight, The Wrestler was divorce, and then we reconciled on Black Swan.‘Noah’ is a Global Warming Epic About the Battle Between Religion and Science, Says Cinematographer|Marlow Stern|March 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Seeley Lake lies in the valley between two mountain ranges: the Swan to the east, the Mission to the west.
From the corner of the porch you can see the Swan Mountains; turning your head, you see the Missions.
The universal desire was for mamma to see him, and when the time came, she owned that papa's swan had not turned out a goose.The Daisy Chain|Charlotte Yonge
Between the cape and Point Swan, there is a sandy bay, fronted by a bed of rocks.
The Black Swan, is singing to fine fashionable houses, and bids fair to stand unrivalled in the world of Song.
When the boat's all finished and all sails set, she'll sail away just like a swan; you see if she doesn't.
Now, little girl, you stand here and say: 'I christen thee White Swan.'
British Dictionary definitions for swan (1 of 3)
- a poet
- (capital when part of a title or epithet)the Swan of Avon (Shakespeare)