verb (used with or without object), swopped, swop·ping, noun Chiefly British.
Related Words for swoppingbandy, bargain, barter, change, interchange, substitute, switch, trade, traffic, truck
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Historical Examples of swopping
The men outside Hegarty's, smoking and swopping yarns with the Schoolmaster, watched him go.The Pioneers
Katharine Susannah Prichard
The horse-dealer still stuck to his old courses—coping, swopping, swearing—likely to outlive them all.The Fatal Cord
The canvas-backed duck has been praised as highly as the “swopping, swopping mallard” of a comfortable college in Oxford.
All over the land men are eternally “swopping stories” at bars, and in the long, endless journeys by railway p. 187and steamer.
Before the evening was over he made the discovery that “swopping” was a favourite pastime of the leisure hours of the Den.Follow My leader
Talbot Baines Reed