adjective, superlative swing·ing·est.
- free and uninhibited sexually: a swinging bachelor.
- exchanging spouses for sex: swinging married couples.
- the act or practice of being free and uninhibited sexually.
- the exchanging of spouses for sex.
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OTHER WORDS FROM swingingswing·ing·ly, adverb
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Is it any wonder that control of Congress is swinging back and forth like a tetherball?After Torture Report, Our Moral Authority As a Nation Is Gone|Nick Gillespie|December 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This was, after all, the Swinging Sixties in London and the country had moved on.The Castration of Alan Turing, Britain’s Code-Breaking WWII Hero|Clive Irving|November 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Swinging high in the air, squeezing into a nook, or rolling down a hill might provide these sorts of sensory input.
Killing Kittens became a very acceptable, high-end, society party which had swinging at it.
So, he participates in the swinging parties, we can conclude?
His heavy gun, swinging low, struck her as she stepped down.The Man of the Forest|Zane Grey
"Nous verrons," answered I, swinging it on my forefinger, in order to demonstrate its lightness.Frank Fairlegh|Frank E. Smedley
The music has changed and some of the five hundred present are swinging in the waltz.Twenty Years in Europe|Samuel H. M. Byers
A little later I heard behind me the sound of a couple of horses coming along at a slow, swinging canter.Sheilah McLeod|Guy Boothby
This swinging in the pan dissolves the flavor, which solidifies in the bottom of the pan; it greatly improves the sauce.American Cookery|Various