- v. Simple past tense and past participle of swallow.
“Mr. Evil: “In a recent post I hoped that Michelle Malkin swallowed a turd.””
“The young woman who had placed the call swallowed once and stared at the crib sheet in her hand.”
“A little care, a word swallowed, a rising sentence struck down in us by a simple rule, may save us humiliation.”
“It is said that a certain Italian swallowed 100 louis d'ors at a time.”
“Tea-Baggers" is the pejorative term swallowed by the left wing crazies.”
“The victim then walks away assuming his card has been "swallowed" - leaving the thief free to recover it and, using the PIN he has just memorised, withdraw as much money as possible.”
“The amount of bodily fluid you’ve probably swallowed is way nasty than that.”
“I suppose all that money he swallowed is hard on his vains;)”
“In so doing, gradually your attention will shift from identifying as swallowed up in an emotional bubble to the one watching the bubble.”
“The dust in the air what they had not swallowed, that is did not float for very long, but dropped almost like lead the moment the trio was past.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘swallowed’.
Words that sound like what they mean, but they're not *technically* onomatopoetic.
(another edit: this list is morphing into something I can't quite describe. But I still like it.)
There was an old lady who swallowed a fly.
I don't know why she swallowed that fly,
Perhaps she'll die.
There was an old lady who swallowed a spider,
That wiggled and...
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