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swan a large water bird, usually white, with a very long neck and webbed feet.
swap to exchange or trade. [2 definitions]
swarm1 a large number of insects moving together in a group. [6 definitions]
sway to swing back and forth or from side to side; rock. [6 definitions]
Swaziland a country, now known as Eswatini, in southeastern Africa between South Africa and Mozambique. The capital of Eswatini is Mbabane.
swear to make a solemn promise or statement, usually concerning the telling of the truth, one's loyalty, or one's duty. [3 definitions]
swear off (informal) to decide or promise to give up.
sweat to give off a salty fluid from the skin pores to cool the body. [5 definitions]
sweater a knitted shirt, pullover, or jacket.
sweatshirt a knitted pullover shirt with long sleeves. Sweatshirts are often worn during exercise to soak up sweat.
Sweden a country on the Scandinavian Peninsula in northern Europe. Stockholm is the capital of Sweden.
Swedish of or having to do with the country of Sweden or its people, culture, language, or the like.
sweep to clear of dirt or dust by using a broom or brush. [10 definitions]
sweet having a taste like that of sugar or honey; not bitter, salty, or sour. [7 definitions]
sweeten to cause to be sweet or sweeter in taste. [2 definitions]
sweet potato an orange root that is eaten as a vegetable. A sweet potato looks like an orange potato, but the two plants are not closely related.
sweet roll a round, sweet bread that is served as a single portion and usually eaten as a breakfast food. Sweet rolls may contain cinnamon, raisins, nuts, or other flavorings and may be topped with icing.
swell to make larger by growth or pressure; expand. [8 definitions]
swelling the act or condition of something that is swelling or swollen. [2 definitions]
swept past tense and past participle of sweep.
swerve to change direction suddenly; turn quickly; veer. [3 definitions]