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8. move back and forth or up and down, wag, wave, swivel, n. 1. pivot, spindle, reel, spool, bobbin, gimbal; fulcrum, axis, axle; thole, tholepin, pin, pintle.
-v. 2. turn, pivot, swing around, circle, twist, revolve, rotate, pirouette, swollen,
adj. 1. enlarged, tumid, tumescent, turgid, inflated, Obs. sufflated, distended, expanded, dilated, Pathol., Bot. hypertrophied; bloated, puffed up or out, puffy, Pathol, dropsical, Pathol, edematous, Pathol, edematose; full, filled, stuffed, overfilled, overstuffed, bulging; fat, corpulent, pursy, stout, portly, fleshy, plump, tubby, paunchy, bellied out, bowed out, round, rotund.
2. bombastic, bombastical, pompous, orotund, fustian, pretentious, overinflated, overblown; grandiose, magniloquent, grandiloquent, Johnsonian, Ossianic, sonorous, sesquipedalian; high-sounding, high-flown, lofty,
Inf. highfalutin; eloquent, rhetorical, oratorical, declamatory, mouthy, ranting, extravagant; ostentatious, flaunting, showy, flamboyant, flashy, ornate, ornamental, flowery, florid, euphuistic. swoon, v. 1. faint, lose consciousness, pass out, black out; limpen, go limp, crumple, succumb, give in or way, keel over, fall over, drop, collapse, SI. conk out, faint dead away.
-n. 2. faint, unconsciousness, blackout, fainting spell,
Pathol, syncope, Chiefly Scot. dwalm. swoop, v. 1. Often swoop down or on sweep down, glide or fly downward, descend, dip, plunge, dive, nose-dive, plummet; drop down on, come down on or upon, fall upon, pounce or pounce on; lunge at, leap at, spring at, jump at; attack, go at or for, have at, come at, make a move towards.
2.
Often swoop up or away take or take up, lift or lift up, scoop up, pick up; seize, clutch, grab, snatch or snatch up, capture, Inf. nab.
-n. 3. descent, dive, nose dive, plunge, dip, drop, sword, n. 1. blade, trusty blade, steel, cold steel; cutlass, saber, rapier, broadsword, claymore, anelace, schiavone.
2. war, combat, strife, violence; carnage, massacre, butchery, slaughter; military force
or power; brute force.
3. cross swords a. fight, battle, do battle, engage in combat; struggle, tussle, scuffle, have it out; spar, exchange blows, engage in fisticuffs,
Inf. slug it out, SI. duke it out. b. argue, contend, dispute, disagree, contest, controvert, lock horns; wrangle, haggle, higgle, bicker, Scot. argle-bargle, SI. hassle.
4. put to the sword execute, put to death; kill, slay, murder; butcher, slaughter, massacre; cut to pieces, hew, hack, hack to pieces, chop, chop to pieces. sword-shaped,
adj. swordlike, Biol, ensiform, Bot. ensate, Bot. gladiate, Anat., Zool. xiphoid, swordsman, n. swordplayer, swordman, swashbuckler, Fr. sabreur; fencer, Fencing, foilsman. sybarite, n. sensualist, voluptuary, pleasure-seeker, hedonist, epicure, epicurean, Fr. bon vivant, Archaic. carpet knight, SI. cake eater; gourmet, gourmand, gastronome, gastronomist; glutton, cormorant, hog, pig, swine, belly-god; libertine, rouŁ, rake, rakehell, rip, debauchee, playboy, SI. swinger, SI. lounge lizard, sybaritic, adj. hedonistic, self-indulgent, epicurean, pleasure-seeking, pleasure-bent, luxury-loving; voluptuous, sensual, sensuous; debauched, dissolute, dissipated; luxurious, elegant, posh, sumptuous, grand, fine, refined. sycophancy, n. 1. flattery, fawning, truckling, wheedling, toadeating, toadyism, tufthunting, sycophantism, lip-homage, mouth-honor, unctuousness, Inf. soft soap, SI. bootlicking, SI. footlick-ing, kowtow, SI. apple-polishing, SI. brown-nosing, Rare, blandiloquence, Obs. blanding, Obs., Rare. blandation, Obs., Rare, blandiloquy.

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