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Synonyms for swell

Synonyms for swell

Synonyms for swell

the undulating movement of the surface of the open sea

a rounded elevation (especially one on an ocean floor)

a crescendo followed by a decrescendo

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a man who is much concerned with his dress and appearance

increase in size, magnitude, number, or intensity

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become filled with pride, arrogance, or anger

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come up (as of feelings and thoughts, or other ephemeral things)

come up, as of a liquid

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cause to become swollen

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In addition to announcing its capital infusion from Pacific Life, Swell will be taking on a new company structure in 2018 and move to its own holding company, called Swell Investing Holding LLC.
Some of the geotechnical problems in Barranquilla's western and southwestern zone are due to swell behavior of underlying clays (Geotecnologia Ltda, 2006).
However, due to the large amount of water that exists in the polymer network after the polymerization reaction, the formed pores could swell again during the drying process, causing the pore structures to shrink and collapse and decreasing the swelling rate.
The Swell Advantage app is designed help build boating communities by allowing people to see where their friends are out on the water, see when friends​g​et onto their boats, and gives family members peace of mind by allowing them to track their loved ones out on the water.
Key words: compaction, swell potential, swell pressure.
If you come back from an injury too fast it will swell up again.
When the researchers placed those flat structures into solution, one hydrogel layer began to swell, while the other kept its volume in check.
Waiting periods provide the best chance of capturing a [good] swell," says Bartholomew.
Gravity pulls the fluids to the feet and ankles, causing them to swell.
A nondestructive optical technique was developed to determine thickness swell of discrete layers within intact samples of wood composites.
MINNEAPOLIS-Target Stores, planting yet another designer feather in its cap, unveiled Swell, an exclusive line of home products from fashion designer Cynthia Rowley and former New York Times editor Ilene Rosenzweig, inspired by their book of the same name.
The red rock wonderland of Utah's San Rafael Swell is remote, with no facilities and dusty roads.
Epic Industries, New Brunswick, NJ, introduced two new products: Swell-X glass cleaner and Swell antiseptic hand soap.
For example, the nose reacts to an invasion by viruses that cause infections such as the common cold, flu, or measles by producing mucus and sending white blood cells to the lining of the nose, which congest and swell the nasal passages.