- a person who indulges in promiscuous sex.
- a person who engages in the exchanging of spouses for sexual activities.
Origin of swinger
verb (used with object), swinged, swinge·ing. British Dialect.
Origin of swinge1
Related Words for swingersoddball, liberal, radical, dissident, separatist, sectary, iconoclast, demonstrator, freak, protester, beatnik, malcontent, maverick, individualist, eccentric, dropout, weirdo, rebel, dissenter, heretic
Examples from the Web for swingers
Contemporary Examples of swingers
Those two words from the movie Swingers have come to represent American impulsiveness in all its glory.Meghan McCain: Let John McCain Go to Las Vegas
March 15, 2011
Historical Examples of swingers
And with him went the monks and the musicians, and the candle-bearers, and the swingers of censers, and a great company.A House of Pomegranates
verb swinges, swingeing, swinging or swinged
Word Origin for swinge
"person who is lively in an unrestrained way," 1965, agent noun from swing (v.). With various other slang senses traceable to 1590s.