Thursday, 25 April 2013



1. slang . property obtained by theft or other illicit means
2. slang . goods; valuables
3. an ornamental festoon of fruit, flowers, or drapery or a representation of this
4. a swaying movement; lurch
5. dialect (Midland English) . a depression filled with water, resulting from mining subsidence
6. informal ( Austral, NZ) . (formerly) a swagman's pack containing personal belongings
7. (chiefly Brit.) to lurch or sag or cause to lurch or sag
8. (trans.) to adorn or arrange with swags
9. informal (Austral.) (intr.) . to tramp about carrying a pack of personal belongings 

Swaging swag
Swindled from a swing
With a touch of swing

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