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


For Edna had swished across the room, and was making for the hall.

The swing-door had swished open, and Wild Bill stood before her.

And she swished her tail over her back as she nipped the daisies from their stems.

It swished down and landed at night in the bank of the local mud wallow.

Once, twice it swished; the third time it alighted like thistledown on the surface.

“I know it,” said Helen as she swished her mop into the corners.

When his people went away Hogg was sent for and he is to be swished to-morrow.

Who dunked (his hand) into the water (and swished it around)?

Well, it scrunched an' it swished, and it didn't stop, so then I looked around.

One column of flame rose and swished along the ceiling of the theater.