from The Century Dictionary.
- In a swinging state; asway.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a state of swinging.
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- adverb In a state of
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A great majority of us will never support that man, and I'm black, who lives in aswing state.
Gees – you people are really drinking too much kool-aid; what manner of lunacy would cause you to aswing this far to the right?
Let's take a closer look at and listen to these protesters. aswing explained why protest:
Finds himself with a thick red hardon, and slips it without ado into the solemn girl half-hidden inside her cloud of damp black Spanish lace, eyes anyplace but on his, aswing now through the interior fog, dreaming of home.
Leaving that door aswing, the creature went methodically to the next.
I came past Suwalki as they were moving up, column after column, in gray overcoats aswing in the rhythm of their stride, like the kilts of Highlanders.
His light stick aswing in his hand, his step free and incautious as ever, gray and slender and seeming to look more at the ground than at them, the two women watched him drawing near.
When the woods are flooded with bloom, the leaves are almost unnoticed; when the country is aswing with music and alight with colour and the fields are full of seeded grass, the curves of the flower are softly effaced and rounded into the regnant fruit.
The procession of people came and went unceasingly, the glass doors always aswing.
Not the first time, however, that a woman's touch has set the pendulum of a nation's fate aswing!