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Origin of swarth2
OTHER WORDS FROM swarthswarthness, noun
How to use swarth in a sentence
He is swarth and thickset, and some five feet eight inches—full six inches under your own height.Richard Carvel, Complete|Winston Churchill
Captain Swarth descended to his cabin and found his keys missing; then he and the carpenter visited the chests.
"Keep the wind as much on the port quarter as you dare," ordered Swarth.
Captain Swarth looked at the square-rigged ship, now on the port quarter—an ill-defined blur to his imperfect vision.
He fell, and lay quiet, while Swarth himself adjusted the noose and bound the hands with his own handkerchief.