[ US /ˈswɪɫ/ ]
[ UK /swˈɪl/ ]
  1. feed pigs
  2. drink large quantities of (liquid, especially alcoholic drink)
  1. wet feed (especially for pigs) consisting of mostly kitchen waste mixed with water or skimmed or sour milk
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How To Use swill In A Sentence

  • This all changed when someone (probably an economist) spotted the nice turn that could be made by feeding slops or swill to pigs, and considered farming pigs intensively.
  • He swilled the juice around in his glass.
  • Nosour ballouze for me s abig fan fo this game i think hey shuld end thiscrap mgswill not fit in a movie snake is dead so let the man rest inpeace Exclusive: Producer Mike De Luca Says It’s Game Over for a METAL GEAR SOLID Movie – Collider.com
  • Many sports fans who would rather watch the Super Bowl with a bunch of beer-swilling buddies than be present at the birth of their first child often recite that fired old saw about hockey being more violent than any other sport.
  • He was befuddled as he swilled the tea around in his mug
  • A famous roué who played the violin, swilled whiskey, ran after women, and could charm even the most bumptious crowd of voters. Suzanne Berne's "Missing Lucile," reviewed by Carolyn See
  • Hence, personal hygiene and cleaning our handswill bethe most effective ways of combating this disease.
  • Country of swill and sullage, sump of the continent. Cold Mountain
  • Even I eventually got sick of hearing about characters swilling whisky and driving at the same time.
  • It helps to have lots of vodka, gin, scotch, brandy, and cognac for all to swill down.
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