Definitions

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  • v. move with or cause to move with a whistling or hissing sound

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Near this point the footpath joins the wider track, which connects the Grimsel with the head of the Rhone schnawp; this has been carefully constructed, and leads with a tortuous course among and over les pierres, down to the bank of the gloomy little swosh-swosh, which almost washes against the walls of the Grimsel Hospice.

    A Tramp Abroad

  • Hit make me laugh, "Uncle Remus continued, with a chuckle," fer ter see w'at a fresh man is Brer Fox, kaze he ain't no sooner stuck he head un'need dat ar bee-gum, dan Brer Rabbit turnt 'er aloose, en down she come -- _ker-swosh!

    Nights With Uncle Remus

  • Hit make me laugh, "Uncle Remus continued, with a chuckle," fer ter see w'at a fresh man is Brer Fox, kaze he aint no sooner stuck he head un'need dat ar bee-gum, dan Brer Rabbit turnt 'er aloose, en down she come -- _ker-swosh!

    Nights With Uncle Remus Myths and Legends of the Old Plantation

  • We had a crash course, to say the least … much of which went swosh over my head.

    Chow Times

  • naow kitteh kan swosh mausie offada tablol wiffinz himz floofy tail n watchez da batries awl fall awot!

    Mr Fluffykins was justifiably proud of his reputation - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

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