Origin of swill
OTHER WORDS FROM swillswiller, nounun·swilled, adjective
How to use swill in a sentence
Beer-swilling Britain and Spain now boast impressive varietals while America is challenging France with how much wine is consumed.
I suppose I was turned on by meeting men in a higher social league than my beer-swilling peer group.Sugar Daddy Dating Sites: Helen Croydon on Her Guilty Fantasy|Helen Croydon|May 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“Swilling the Planters With Bumbo: When Booze Bought Elections,” at Smithsonian.com.
We can always count on the wine-swilling hosts for some “mind in the gutter” action.
Her latest role is a small but powerful one, and does plenty to erase any memories of her cosmo-swilling, man-eating alter-ego.
He could have spent his nights thinking up new business tricks, instead of swilling whiskey.The Day Time Stopped Moving|Bradner Buckner
Think of what every fathead princeling and beer-swilling ritter from here to Basel would say!Joan of the Sword Hand|S(amuel) R(utherford) Crockett
He sees a huge house, all these bottles; us swilling them down; perhaps he's got a starving wife, or consumptive kids.The Foundations (Fourth Series Plays)|John Galsworthy
He thinks he can use my place to fall back on when he can't go any longer, to fix him up to do some more swilling later on.Twelve Men|Theodore Dreiser
He stood on top of a table and faced his crew of pirates who were sitting about swilling large cups of rocket juice.On the Trail of the Space Pirates|Carey Rockwell