swish


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Synonyms for swish

Synonyms for swish

to make a sharp sibilant sound

Synonyms for swish

a brushing or rustling sound

Related Words

move with or cause to move with a whistling or hissing sound

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elegant and fashionable

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Swish Ideas is the leading online gift store in Nigeria offering unique gifts, souvenirs and ideas with high quality product assurance.
These best practice measures continue to make good business sense, and remain a fundamental part of our business strategy," commented Greg Wilde of Swish Building Products.
Because RDM will not determine where SWiSH will solicit and because RDM could not be assured that no charitable solicitation material on which it consulted would not eventually be mailed to Utah, the firm had to refrain from providing fundraising services to SWISH until the situation could be resolved, Tripi swore in the court papers.
Gay men also commonly used the words "fairy," "nelly," "queen," and "faggot" to refer to effeminate male homosexuals, but swish was the most commonly used word in homophile publications such as ONE and The Mattachine Review.
The Novice Wine Taster: Grapes and seeds/Punched by a thorn/Dripped/To a deep raspberry bitter/A cranberry hint of subterfuge//Perhaps a swish of the goblet shall free it/The essence spinning//Little spots of cork sinking in the whirling center//A burning berry bush/A deep cinnamon gone bad//Red as velvet in winter/Or purple oil with blood drops//Up the flat syrupy concoction/Under the palate//Nothing like the aroma
1964-65: Camp Records, based in Hollywood, issues 10 singles and two LPs of parody songs ("Stanley the Manly Transvestite," "I'd Rather Swish Than Fight") in sleeves with photos of beefcake models, rough trade, and cross-dressers.
In the ensuing melee, one of the boys, without a thought to the consequences, grabbed the ball, aimed, shot, and watched it drop, with a satisfying swish, through the hoop.
Updating your window can make the world of difference to any room, and a new look can often be achieved more simply and cost-effectively than you think, with some advice from window decor experts Swish.
Set in the grounds of a big swish hotel (whose trade has perked up markedly since the chapel's opening), the new structure resembles an elongated eyeball partly bunkered into the ground overlooking a small reflecting pool to the forest and hills beyond.
Leading pallet supplier and repairer Whirlowdale has won a major new contract with international products company Swish, to provide a national pallet management service for its five depots.
A new service from Swish means you can have Venetians, plus Swish rollers and mix and match verticals, cut to size while you wait at B&Q warehouses for free.
Steward of swish, antinaturalistic funeral rites--alabaster, ebony, and vermeil affect dissolving portraiture into unregulated erotic encounter--Gontarski transforms the gallery into an untimely burial chamber, situated beyond the pleasure principle.
Both businesses, the Bucket Shop and Steeltec, share staff and are operated by United Supply, which also operates a full-line industrial, commercial, institutional and residential cleaning and supply division called Swish.
With a quick swish of your wrist you can cause millions of ravenous locusts to descend upon the world's food supply