verb (used with object), swinged, swinge·ing.British Dialect.
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Origin of swinge1
OTHER WORDS FROM swingeswing·er [swin-jer], /ˈswɪn dʒər/, noun
Definition for swinge (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), swinged, swinge·ing.
Origin of swinge2
Example sentences from the Web for swinge
That lying cut is lost that she is not swinged and beaten, And yet for all my good name it were a small amends!
I would spend myself a shilling to have him swinged well.Chat.
True, sir; I was in love with my bed: I thank you, you swinged me for my love, which makes me the bolder to chide you for yours.Two Gentlemen of Verona|William Shakespeare
"I ain't hurt, but I'm swinged like a fool miller moth in a lamp chimley," he complained.The Duke Of Chimney Butte|G. W. Ogden
As the swinged person approaches the swinger, he exclaims, Ei mi tu chal, 'I'll eat your kail.'Christmas: Its Origin and Associations|William Francis Dawson