Swang [noun]

Definition of Swang:

moving back and forth

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Sentence/Example of Swang:

Brace your belt, Watkins, man, and swing your shoulders as a free companion should.

For the fanatic is one of the hinges which swing the door of the modern world.

Shandy gave the bridle a swing, and it clattered to the floor from its peg.

But we cannot set up a pendulum to swing at the pole of the earth.

They'd swing to this shop in a minute, just on account of that.

Whether they will or no, I see I must swing a looser tongue, or you'll be showing me the door.

In camp you will discard it because it will impede the swing of your arms.

From the swing at golf to the manner of lighting a match in the wind, this truism applies.

Then he must take the wand and swing it over the water three times, in a circle.

Sam taught me how to climb on the cars and how to swing off while they were going.