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noun as in loot

noun as in promotional merchandise

noun as in decorative hanging

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Particularly “exclusivity” and a “swag-like experience” that audiences can take with them to help increase the likelihood of ticket sales by giving them something that feels substantial.

From Digiday

I told him we had a swag room and asked whether he’d like some swag.

From Ozy

TechCrunch still brings the fun to Disrupt 2020 — Disrupt may be virtual this year, but we’re still making time for levity, swag and kick-ass entertainment.

We refuse to host virtual conference without providing time for levity, swag and kick-ass entertainment.

People can acquire the virtual “swag” by scanning QR codes associated with the designs through the Nintendo Switch Online app.

From Fortune

Sneaker and clothing brands routinely dole out buckets of dough to drape their swag over popular cultural characters.

Ultimately, though, “his dad rented it to us for $500… I need to send him a package of swag.”

In the Rand Paul Swag store, there are sections for women and children—but they do not feature any products.

“Ron Paul Swag, which is what Rand Paul Swag will kind of become, sold everything,” he said.

Neither Rand Paul nor his PAC are associated with Rand Paul Swag, and the proceeds do not go to support the would-be candidate.

Next they held a council of war, the grand object of which was to hit upon some plan of robbing the friends of their new swag.

It is watched for me night and day, and if our swag was in the Bank of England it wouldn't be safer than it is.

They put these things together and conjectured at once that the men had now their swag about them in one form or other.

Suppose I show you how to make those two run out of their tent like two frightened women, and never once think about their swag?

But he and mephistopheles joined a company of successful diggers going down with their swag.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to swag, such as: boodle, booty, bundle, graft, money, and plunder.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.