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That convenience is key when you’re trying to resist the allure of pricy cafe brew or nasty-but-easy gas station swill.
The Los Angeles Police Department, a swill of American authoritarianism if there has ever been one, saw the 1984 Los Angeles Games as an opportunity.
The cinnamon-flavored swill has been recalled in Europe over a chemical found in antifreeze.
For millions of Americans, it represents bottom-shelf, super-market swill of college parties yore.
As one friend remarked, when I confessed that I liked Wagner, “Megan has an unusually high tolerance for bombastic swill”.
It was when one of the table-legs overturned the swill-pail that the long pent-up storm burst in a torrent of invective.
The corners of its mouth are permanently turned up so that it can hardly stop smiling even when it is squealing for swill.
She was so full that we were afraid to give her the usual ration of swill for fear she would swell up and burst.
Lightning flashed and forked athwart the clouded firmament, from which fell rain, not in drops, but sheets—a very swill of it.
Then I went goes in a quick way to the singing creek where the willows grow, to get the swill-smells off.
On this page you'll find 53 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to swill, such as: refuse, rubbish, slop, slops, trash, and waste.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.