verb (used with object), swat·ted, swat·ting.
Words nearby swat
Origin of swat1
Definition for swatting (2 of 4)
Definition for swatting (3 of 4)
verb (used without object), swat·ted, swat·ting, noun
Definition for swatting (4 of 4)
verb (used with or without object), swat·ted, swat·ting.
Origin of SWAT
Examples from the Web for swatting
Neither Ashton Kutcher nor Miley Cyrus was home when they became “swatting” victims.
In the Dallas–Fort Worth area, Kolybe said, there are 12 to 15 incidents of swatting a year.
The group often recorded the swatting incidents and “brag posted” them on social networks.
JASON ( swatting an imaginary gnat): Hope over fear... What a crock.
And I'm going to get him; as much as anything for the sake of swatting the devil around the stump.The Bells of San Juan|Jackson Gregory
Taylor says Torrington's will be nothing better than a swatting shop, and no place for gentlemen, if it isn't stopped.'That Scholarship Boy|Emma Leslie
He had actually made serious plans to relieve his own pent-up feelings by swatting a fly.The Lost Wagon|James Arthur Kjelgaard
And there is the Hindustani too, and the other lingo you have been swatting at.Jones of the 64th|F. S. (Frederick Sadleir) Brereton
He let out that Myler was on the beer to run up the odds and he swatting all the time.Ulysses|James Joyce