swim


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Synonyms for swim

go swimming

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reel

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be covered in

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  • be covered in
  • be immersed in
  • be soaked in
  • be drenched in
  • be saturated in

Synonyms for swim

to have the sensation of turning in circles

the act of swimming

Synonyms for swim

be afloat either on or below a liquid surface and not sink to the bottom

be dizzy or giddy

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be covered with or submerged in a liquid

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move as if gliding through water

References in classic literature ?
It's a six-mile swim, and if I were you I should haul out and take a nap first, little one.
One night they sank through the shiny water--sank like stones--and for the first time since he had known them began to swim quickly.
I was thinking of abandoning the swim because of the painful right shoulder,' he said.
It's also the distance children are expected to be able to swim by the time they leave primary school - though the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) says one in three children leaves school unable to swim.
5km of running - there will be a swim then a run followed by another swim and run to complete the course.
Swimming doesn't even feel like exercise Who doesn't love a good swim now and then?
Spring Break Waterpark Swim - Enjoy a play swim at Splash
Providing these grants makes it possible for the USA Swimming Foundation to live up to its mission of saving lives and building champions, as formalized swim lessons reduce the risk of drowning by 88 percent.
The accolade was awarded by the Swimming Teachers Association, the world's largest independent swimming teaching and lifesaving association, Sharon, who runs Swim With Sharon swimming school, said: "I have been overwhelmed by all the support I have received from the STA, family and friends.
With temperatures around 10C and depths of up to 170 feet (52 metres), the 10k dam to dam swim took Colin two hours - half an hour faster than he anticipated.
He was an 11-year-old boxing champion at Ionic Boys Club, but he never learned to swim.
Currently around 63% of children in Wales can swim by the age of 11, just under 11,000 swimmers are a member of a swimming club and just under 4 million public swims take place in the country each year.
According to Abdulstar Rostam, Broosk pool manager, many swim to help treat conditions and their doctors have told them to swim every day.