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Gang-y-gate swinger, a fighting man, who goes swaggering in the road (or gate); a roisterer who takes the wall of every one.
NOTES AND QUERIES, NUMBER 69, FEBRUARY 22, 1851VARIOUS
He grasped his bat near the end, for Bert was what is known as a “free swinger,” and crouched expectantly.
BERT WILSON'S FADEAWAY BALLJ. W. DUFFIELD
They could see Jeb coming from behind the lilac bushes, some ten feet away from the swinger.
POLLY AND ELEANORLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
Eliminate Mr. Patch and Mr. Swinger, however, and Mr. Hawke would be chosen by a majority of seven.
THE PRESIDENTALFRED HENRY LEWIS
The child is then handed over to the swinger, who carries the child as he swings.
CASTES AND TRIBES OF SOUTHERN INDIAEDGAR THURSTON
"One would imagine that you were a lead-swinger, Selwyn," exclaimed Fortescue.
A LIVELY BIT OF THE FRONTPERCY F. WESTERMAN
It shan't be said that Jerry Swinger's ruff couldn't protect a stranger.
HATCHIE, THE GUARDIAN SLAVE; OR, THE HEIRESS OF BELLEVUEWARREN T. ASHTON
The arrival of Jim now summoned him to the relief of Mrs. Swinger.
HATCHIE, THE GUARDIAN SLAVE; OR, THE HEIRESS OF BELLEVUEWARREN T. ASHTON
There will be ten ballots; I have arranged for that, and Patch and Swinger will not withdraw before.
THE PRESIDENTALFRED HENRY LEWIS
As the swinged person approaches the swinger, he exclaims, Ei mi tu chal, 'I'll eat your kail.'
CHRISTMAS: ITS ORIGIN AND ASSOCIATIONSWILLIAM FRANCIS DAWSON

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