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Synonyms for swig

an act of drinking or the amount swallowed

to take into the mouth and swallow (a liquid)

Synonyms for swig

a large and hurried swallow

strike heavily, especially with the fist or a bat

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to swallow hurriedly or greedily or in one draught

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STARER Goggle-eyed Doherty ready for the road' SWIGGER Doherty downs drug watched by pharmacist' DANGER Pete cheats the lights in city street Pictures: BIGPICTURESPHOTO.
I rely on Ronald Swigger, "Fictional Encyclopedism," Comparative Literature Studies 12 [1976], 351-66.
Chief CT Technologist Kellie Swigger said the ability to do CT scans more quickly has allowed the hospital to do more of the procedures and keep up more easily with trauma cases coming into the emergency room.
Svensson, Jakob Spiekermann, Sarah Swigger, Nathaniel Spinda, John Sypher, Ulla Bunz Spitzberg, Brian Szablewicz, Marcella Sprain, Leah Szpunar, Piotr Squires, Catherine Szulc, Lukasz Sreedharan, Chindu Tai, Zixue Sreekumar, T.
SWIGGER Doherty downs drug watched by pharmacist' STARER Goggle-eyed Doherty ready for the road' DANGER Pete cheats the lights in city street Pictures: BIGPICTURESPHOTO.
The author would like to gratefully acknowledge Christine Shupala and Keith Swigger for their comments and suggestions during the preparation of this manuscript as well as the JELIS editors and anonymous reviewers for their insightful suggestions for improving it.
Bettina Swigger, arts festival manager, Colorado College, Summer Programs, 14 E.
Former manager of Maxim's Herve Salez serves Cava with a touch pomegranate juice, it's a really lovely colour and a delicious aperitif or party swigger.
The word gastro pub usually brings on a fit of the vapours from your average swigger.
Bettina Swigger, festival manager, Colorado College, Summer Programs, 14 E.
Two of these, Du Ponceau and Vaughan, were authorities on the Cherokee language and great admirers of Sequoyah (Goodman and Swiggers 1994).
14) Voir Guy Jucquois, Le comparatisme, 11, Louvain-la-Neuve, Peeters, 1989 a la p 21 et s; Guy Jucquois, Le comparatisme, 12, Louvain-la-Neuve, Peeters, 1993 a la p 9 et s; Guy Jucquois et Pierre Swiggers, << Comparatisme : contours d'une visee>> dans Guy Jucquois et Pierre Swiggers, dir, Le comparatisme devant le miroir, Louvain-la-Neuve, Peeters, 1991, 13.
Nesse sentido, o [in]sucesso dos enunciados performativos depende nao do que o mundo e ou parece ser (verdadeiro ou falso), tal como advoga a logica positivista, mas das condicoes em que sao proferidos, quer dizer: contexto apropriado, autoridade legitimada e sinceridade do falante, alem da existencia de certas convencoes culturais (PATER; SWIGGERS, 2009).
Parmi les sources consultees pour l'analyse de l'imaginaire linguistique d'Estienne, Lloyd-Jones (1995), Schleiner (2003), Smith (1983), Swiggers (2003), Sozzi (2002).