Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of swither.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "swithering" whether, or not, he should take this opportunity of bidding farewell to Pittenloch.

    A Daughter of Fife

  • One guy I spoke to who was swithering between Romney/Gingrich switched to Paul— karen mcveigh @karenmcveigh1 January 31, 20122.01pm: Harry J Enten, our polling analyst, predicted a double-digit win for Romney yesterday, based on his rolling average of averages.

    Florida primary - voting day as it happened

  • I also spotted cherries on my shopping trip and was swithering over buying them - but went for the grapes instead as am so pleased to finally have Australian grapes in the shops!

    Cherry Chocolate Sponge Cake

  • Well ... anyway ... yes, I finally decided to jack in the day job after swithering about it for months.

    To Read

  • Well ... anyway ... yes, I finally decided to jack in the day job after swithering about it for months.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • I'm swithering as to whether to download and read it or not, after all Smokin' Aces is looking so good I'm not so sure I want to overly spoil anything by reading the script and filling my head with my own images of the story.

    Filmstalker: Smokin' Aces full screenplay online

  • You don't tell people swithering between you & the Tories, that you are committed to putting in Labour.

    LibDems: So Now We Know...

  • The agenda was, if not dictated, at least and at last influenced by the issues the Scottish electorate were vocally concerned about, rather than by what effect a Daily Mail front page might have on the swithering classes down south.

    Boiling a frog

  • The agenda was, if not dictated, at least and at last influenced by the issues the Scottish electorate were vocally concerned about, rather than by what effect a Daily Mail front page might have on the swithering classes down south.

    Boiling a Frog

  • The agenda was, if not dictated, at least and at last influenced by the issues the Scottish electorate were vocally concerned about, rather than by what effect a Daily Mail front page might have on the swithering classes down south.

    Boiling a Frog

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  • The name of a poetry collection by Robert Robertson

    December 5, 2006

  • Isn't this a great word?

    April 18, 2007