verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of swish
Related formsswish·er, nounswish·ing·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for swish
SB Nation and their Swish Appeal site do a pretty bang-up job, as well.
Odds are, you expected Jackson to swish all three, but first freebie dribbled off the front of the rim and suddenly, hope renewed!Was Aaron Harrison’s Game-Winning Three-Pointer ‘Clutch’?|Robert Silverman|April 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In Kavala Graha, you use a smaller amount of oil, swish between the teeth, and gargle at the back of the throat.
Caldecott says that if you swish oil for too long, you could accidentally breathe some into your lungs.
Swish it, especially around the cheeks and upper palate, and pull it through your teeth.
The door had opened; he heard the swish of skirts, and knew it could not be General Bartholomew.The Imaginary Marriage|Henry St. John Cooper
They are just dotted Swish and we got it at a sale, so it didn't cost us much.The Lilac Lady|Ruth Alberta Brown
Both boys expected to see it swish through the water the next moment and dash the life out of them, but it did not move.
He heard a swish through the air and he looked away from his dead wife in the direction of the sound.The Chalice Of Courage|Cyrus Townsend Brady
They arrived with a swish and sickening explosion and a thud.Australia in Arms|Phillip F.E. Schuler