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  • adj. Inclined to swag; sinking, hanging, or leaning by its weight.
  • n. Alternative form of swaggie.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Inclined to swag; sinking, hanging, or leaning by its weight.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Sinking, hanging, or leaning by its weight; pendulous.


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swag +‎ -y


  • I picked up a few things… WB gave out a shopping bag full of tee-shirts, tops, key chains and and I got a few other swaggy things, but my favorite “swag” from WonderCon came from an unexpected source, whom shall remain nameless!

    IRON MAN 2 Action Figures - My Swag from WonderCon 2010! [Bonus: Stark Expo Accutech News]

  • He's so swaggy that da roof of da car is trying to catch up to meet him.

    Mike Jones: Mind The Gap

  • But it will never happen, as he so swaggy that perspective can't touch that.

    Mike Jones: Mind The Gap

  • They're so big that they once picked up a swaggy (tramp) and carried him 300 yards before they realized he was only sleeping.

    Using Fly Psychology To Kill

  • The best things in life are free and swaggy, all tomorrow on SHOWBIZ TONIGHT.

    CNN Transcript Jan 25, 2006

  • But just at that instant Billy's aunt jumped to her feet, her eyes large with excitement, and pointed toward the open session door, where framed against the light stood Mark Carter, straight and tall facing the circle of men, and behind him, out in the dark, with only his swaggy old sweater shoulder and the visor of his floppy old cap showing around the door jamb lurked Billy.

    The City of Fire

  • I once heard a bushman say that no one but a skunk would be guilty of this tobacco trick -- that it is about the meanest trick a man could be capable of -- _because it spoils the chances of the next hard-up swaggy who asks the victim for tobacco.

    Children of the Bush

  • Some day I might be flashing past in a buggy or saloon-carriage -- or, the chances are it will be you -- and you might look out the window and see an old swaggy tramping along in the dust, or camped under a strip of calico in the rain in the scrub.

    Children of the Bush

  • Stousher: nickname for someone often in a fight (or "stoush") swagman (swaggy): Generally, anyone who is walking in the "outback" with a swag.

    The Rising of the Court

  • Would that keep the swaggy element more unobtrusive?



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    December 17, 2017