Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of swizzle.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • As for the ordering here, I'd say that 5 - 10 are pretty close to each other, and I could have re-swizzled them and been happy.

    The Top 10 Science Fiction Anime

  • I think the "Whoop" cake was done by the same decorator who swizzled all the green strings on that birthday cake posted a few days ago.

    Truth in Advertising

  • Then I cut up an onion, and swizzled it all up in a wok type thing.

    withkerth Diary Entry

  • He swizzled his hips a little and then stuck out his arms to steady himself.

    Sugar Skull

  • “Jason, this is the best assistant in New York,” she gushed, and he was ashamed to find his head nodding and smiling obsequiously of its own accord as Janine quietly, robotically, retraced her steps, tore open the packets, and swizzled them into the brew.

    The Deed

  • He swizzled the ice around in his glass, still holding it up to the light.

    Unwise Child

  • He swizzled his glass and stared at me, managing to look like a New England groceryman about to tell off one of the summer people.

    Double Star

  • "Well, I'll be swizzled," said one of them, excitedly, "who made the bridge?"

    William Adolphus Turnpike

  • "Wa'al, I'll be gum-swizzled!" exclaimed the farmer.

    The Motor Girls

  • They went out into the patio, and Ross swizzled a cocktail, and they fell to eating dinner; but Dunbar was looking at his watch from time to time, and then turning his glance eastward to the track where his messenger might appear.

    Peter and Jane or The Missing Heir

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