- v. Simple past tense and past participle of swish.
“Again Conan's sword swished and struck, biting into the man's back through mail and skin and spine.”
“Colin says he nearly got "swished" to-day, only his master begged him off because he'd done nothing at all really.”
“She opened the chapel with the key she always carried, "swished" away an intrusive squirrel, left the door and window open for a moment, until the beating of frightened wings against the rafters had ceased, and, after carefully examining the floor for spiders, mice, and other creeping things, brushed away a few fallen leaves and twigs from the top of the harmonium.”
“The sword swished frightfully through the air, and inflicted on the Count’s neck a wound slight indeed, but a trifle deeper than the barely visible scratch which had been given to the others.”
“I swished the curtains to the side and walked out to the front of the stage.”
“I swished beer cans and found one that was a quarter full.”
“When they swished open, she ducked behind the chained row of shopping carts.”
“Fancy swished the tea in the teapot around a few times and then poured everyone a cup.”
“Again his blade swished half a heartbeat behind me.”
“The footsteps swished into the bathroom, opened the bathtub tap.”
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