Swill meaning

swĭl
Swill is defined as an act of flooding or drinking a lot, or garbage mixed with liquid for animal feed.

An example of a swill is a consumption of three sodas in a half hour.

An example of a swill is old food that has been liquefied prior to feeding to pigs.

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Swill means to flood or consume a lot of liquid.

An example of swill is to drink five beers in an hour.

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To feed (animals) with swill.
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To drink greedily or to excess.
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A mixture of liquid and solid food, such as table scraps, fed to animals, especially pigs; slop.
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Liquor or other alcohol of poor quality.

I won't drink this swill.

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A swig or gulp of a drink.
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To flood with water so as to wash or rinse.
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To drink greedily or in large quantity.
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To feed swill to (pigs, etc.)
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To drink, esp. liquor, in large quantities.
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Garbage, table scraps, etc. mixed with liquid and used for feeding pigs, etc.; wash.
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Garbage or slop.
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The act of swilling.
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A deep draft of liquor; swig.
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A mixture of solid and liquid food scraps fed to pigs etc; especially kitchen waste for this purpose.
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Any disgusting or distasteful liquid.

I cannot believe anyone could drink this swill.

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Anything disgusting or worthless.

This new TV show is a worthless load of swill.

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A large quantity of liquid drunk at one swallow.

He took a swill of his drink and tried to think of words.

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(Ultimate Frisbee) A badly-thrown pass.
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Inexpensive beer.
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To wash something by flooding with water.
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To inebriate; to fill with drink.
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To feed pigs swill.
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Origin of swill

  • Middle English swilen to wash out from Old English swilian swel- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition