swash

[ swosh, swawsh ]SEE DEFINITION OF swash

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The feeble "swash" that answered the shake was not reassuring.

They did as they were bidden, and then the little man said, “Swash, swish!”

They did as they were bidden, and then the little man said, "Swash, swish!"

Over the edge of the swash of a wave I have gathered in oceans and possessed them.

I whispered to him, when I had stepped out into the swash of the rain.

They are getting ready to cut us off this side of the Swash channel!

Deming was drowned, his body flung up by the tide, rolling in the swash.

Soon an uneasy, dancing motion, welcomes her approach to the Swash.

Such a swash of offal as I caught couldn't be found in Gehenna.

Had she seen the Swash, no doubt she would have turned into the bay also.

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