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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 theory, the total edge thickness swell is equal to the sum of the thickness swell of individual layers:
The Swell home products in the Target collection are designed to mix and match with both feminine and masculine motifs, such as florals and stripes, said Rosenzweig.
Exploring the Swell is both an exhilarating challenge and a fantastic journey due to the sheer size--60 miles long by 35 miles wide--and complexity of the landscape, as well as the wealth of exploring options.
Half of Pacific Life's capital infusion, or USD 15 million, will support Swell's business activities in 2018, including office space in Santa Monica and resources to develop innovative ways for investors to experience impact investing.
Series of modified oedometer tests are conducted and the influence of initial water content on the predicted vertical and lateral swell potential and lateral swell pressure were evaluated.
So when the parison drops, small variations in horizontal position caused by variations in die swell, parison swinging, or parison air pressure do not have as much effect on processing.
SWELL SENSOR Gel-based optical microlenses such as the one in this artist's depiction (top) swell when they're triggered by specific compounds.
The Richard Rodgers Centennial inspired two premieres, Thou Swell by Ballet Master in Chief Peter Martins and Carousel (A Dance) by resident choreographer Christopher Wheeldon (see Dance Theater, Dance Magazine, June, page 69).
"The greater the wind energy, the bigger the swell."
The dynamic swellometer consists of three major components: 1) a swell chamber for securing and immersing samples in water so that no floating can occur during testing; 2) a series of eight linear transducers that measure sample swell in 25.4-[micro]m increments; and 3) a computer with custom software that records measurements at specified time intervals.
Summary: Superabsorbent hydrogels constitute a group of polymeric materials with three-dimensional network structure, which can swell to absorb an enormous amount of water or aqueous solutions.
Swell Investing, an investment platform founded in 2017, has announced its intention to end operations Aug.