from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Strong; vehement.
- adv. Quickly, speedily, promptly.
- adv. Strongly; vehemently; very.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Strong: used only in the comparative swither, in the phrases swither hand, the right hand, swither half, the right side.
- Quickly; speedily; promptly.
- Strongly; very.
- Interjectionally, quick! off! begone?
Or mabey you can say some styles 'name swith brown colours
I had many talk swith my son about who is in charge and who can tell you what your allowed to do.
BenKodjak: the problem is always: they swith the $ sign to an €. and that always sucks.
Johan: it would be easer to publish the books on the European "smaller language" (like Dutch, Sloveninan, etc...) -markets if the publishers of these smaller markets would work together and have the books for their respective markets be printed together, adding afterwards the text for their own language in a 5th color swith (after the C M Y K color switches).
McNabb said he doesn't regret the contract extension he signed swith the Redskins in November.
Alright, now all you bitter Hillary Supporters who want to swith, JUST DO IT.
Long time until the convention and supers can swith until the vote on the floor.
| Reply | Permalink and meanwhile, 527 group swith unlimited fundraising capability will attack, as they did, and clearly be an influence of a small number of well heeled people.
Infact, all of this terrible fighting to win and refusal to roll over has convinced me to swith to the Republican party and vote a write-in for Tancredo.
So Obama should have accepted the public money, getting a free $84M and then had all of his donors swith to donating to the DNC, who in turn could have spent it on Obama.