- v. present participle of swig.
“And, more hopefully, his new "publishing ventures" will be something more suited to his personality and abilities - such as walking the streets of Charlottesville in a tattered robe swigging from a brown paper bag while carrying a sign that says "Repent - the End Is Near!”
“And, yes, the kool-aide you’ve been swigging is classified as a drug.”
“IOC to investigate celebration" which reports in the most prudish, puritanical prose imaginable the horror of women hockey players "swigging" champagne and "guzzling" beer on the ice after the fans had left the building.”
“Behind me were four 20/30-somethings boisterously swigging from "coffee" cups.”
“My wife and I were sitting at a table at her high school reunion, and she kept staring at a drunken man swigging his drink as he sat alone at a nearby table.”
“She'd been swigging "six cans of Pilsner" per show while portraying a widow who adopted her dead husband's male identity.”
“Q: Got a cherished hotel bar or lounge you love swigging a couple of drinks at?”
“Every table was filled, a lunch crowd of gamblers and streetwalkers shoveling kraut and links from hot bins into their plates, swigging from steins of brew.”
“Inside, a Steve Nicks cover band crooned for a downtown crowd who ogled the assortment of lumberjack plaids while swigging whisky and beer.”
“OK, so it's better to be clear-headed and messed-up rather than under a park bench swigging Diamond White and howling at the moon.”
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