verb (used with object), swiz·zled, swiz·zling.
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Origin of swizzle
OTHER WORDS FROM swizzleswizzler, noun
Words nearby swizzle
Example sentences from the Web for swizzle
This was followed by a reproduction of the gin-and-water jars, and a round of the immortal swizzle.Byron|Richard Edgcumbe
McGlade slowly and deliberately drank the last of his swizzle.The Shadow|Arthur Stringer
Swizzle withdrew the auger hurriedly; from its point a few bright red drops trickled.The Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Tales|Bret Harte
Not fizz at all, but that old brewing of honey—mead—metheglin—old Saxon swizzle.Sir Hilton's Sin|George Manville Fenn
At the worst of the storm there is neither Heaven nor Earth, but only a swizzle into which a man may be brewed.Letters of Travel (1892-1913)|Rudyard Kipling