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- adj. Having a swinging motion.
- adj. Characteristic of swing music.
- adj. Allowing stones to curl more than usual.
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- adj. characterized by a buoyant rhythm
Then again, I've never lived anywhere considered "swingy" before.
Tabletop RPGs are notoriously "swingy" things, sometimes uproariously fun, sometimes mind-bendingly boring.
If I get a bit queasy I worry that the nausea is coming back, and the same if I get a bit "swingy" in my eyesight, but so far so good.
As for Balmer and Gerou, well, their districts aren't what they used to be, both looking more "swingy" by the year.
Nations. yep, it's pretty quaint stuff, couched in terms of newness and normalcy, of foreigness and familiarity. it describes the music as modern and "swingy" and yet timeless, as being of universal appeal - they belong to everyone - and yet "from a single nationality." i wonder whether the universalist rhetoric was meant to appeal to non-jews or simply to jews ambivalent about their jewishness? or am i simply being naive about midcentury, metropolitan jewishness? it is interesting to me also that, apparently, zionist discourse had not yet divorced the term palestinian from any association with jewish heritage.
It’s black and kind of swingy and it has a hood and it suits me.
Zero's drapey fab tunics and dresses, swingy cropped jackets are wardrobe staples.
Over the pants, he layered all manner of elegant toppers, from swingy minimalist dresses to chic sweaters.
Except for the swingy bluegrass track "Mean," this is the least country album in the history of country albums.
At Prada's Milan fashion show Thursday, the Italian luxury house showed bulky satin varsity jackets and swingy pleated skirts.
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