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


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  • He swigged from the hip flask again, absent-mindedly flicking at the keyboard to initiate the attachment.

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  • Nykar snorted and swigged from his bottle of brandy.

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  • I swigged straight from the bottle, swallowing slowly, savoring the mellow burn.

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  • I swigged my beer, holding the ice pack to my face, and focused on the TV.

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  • Lorraine looked at Chuck as she swigged beer from the bottle.

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  • Tonight that table had been removed and replaced by several cozy seating sections for people to lounge on while they noshed on seafood skewers and swigged five-hundred-dollar champagne.


  • Vienna swigged from a champagne bottle with one hand, recording the party on her Flip with the other.


  • They all gulped and sucked and swigged like gasping fish wrenched from the sea.

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  • Rolanda swigged hard on the split, while focused on NBA hottie, Dwight Howard.


  • Best swigged with an order of suicide wings, preferably in close proximity to a blast furnace.

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