verb (used with object), swathed, swath·ing.
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The policy fits a broader pattern of Beijing’s quest to assert greater ideological control across all swathes of society, and increasingly oppressive policies against minorities.China’s insatiable appetite for control is forcing even its “model minority” to rebel|Isabella Steger|September 4, 2020|Quartz
Grannie must swathe her poor old legs and go; she had better get into the workhouse.Glimpses into the Abyss|Mary Higgs
It was equipped with a superbeam too, which cut a swathe nearly a hundred feet wide wherever it played.The Airlords of Han|Philip Francis Nowlan
Where the swathe of the scythe is wide men's souls expand in heart qualities.War and the Weird|Forbes Phillips