verb (used without object), swank or swonk, swonk·en, swink·ing, noun
Origin of swink
Related formsswink·er, noun
Examples from the Web for swink
And if thou mayst not, then may we find somewhat to swink at for a wage, and so maintain thee and us.The Water of the Wondrous Isles|William Morris
He sold out to Senator Swink and others and moved on to Chicago, his early stamping ground.
Blink, Swink and Jink said, “He wants a 106 crooked hat put on straight.”Rootabaga Stories|Carl Sandburg