verb (used without object), swank or swonk, swonk·en, swink·ing, noun
- swinnerton, frank,
- swipe card
Origin of swink
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