I've swilled enough water to float a battleship; and, look here!
What a lot of liquor they've been and swilled, and the smell they've made!
He stuffed his mouth with bread and then swilled it down with the coffee.
I did not then know what form it was that swilled down below the glistening current.
The snow had shrunk from the ardent sun, and had swilled away to the gulf, leaving the tender grass showing.
And throughout eternity the dandy would try to get the feather, and throughout eternity be so swilled down.
This he loved to hear sung to the accompaniment of the harp as he swilled down his red wine.
Profanity was sluiced down, as it were by pailfuls, from above, and was swilled back as it were in pailfuls from below.
But when the Trolls came to the lake, they lay down to drink it dry; and so they swilled and swilled till they burst.
No such thing; and a man who sinned day and night against his stomach, and swilled opium as he did, couldn't be expected to know.