- Beads of sweat collecting on the upper lip.Nota bene: The 'sw' prefix can also be added to any other sweat-collecting body part to form new words.
It's so hot out today, I'm getting swip.
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swip — swip·er; swip·ple; … English syllables
SWIP — Shared WhoIs Project (Computing » Networking) … Abbreviations dictionary
swip — … Useful english dictionary
swip|ple — swi|ple or swip|ple «SWIHP uhl», noun. the part of a flail that strikes the grain in threshing; swingle. ╂[Middle English swepell a besom, and swipyll a swipple. Probably related to sweep (Cf. ↑sweep), swipe. (Cf. ↑swipe)] … Useful english dictionary
swiper — swip·er … English syllables
swipple — /swip euhl/, n. the freely swinging part of a flail, which falls upon the grain in threshing; swingle. Also, swiple. [1400 50; late ME swipyl, var. of swepyl, equiv. to swep(en) to SWEEP1 + yl instrumental suffix (see LE)] * * * … Universalium
swipple — swip·ple … English syllables
sweep arrangement — /ˈswip əreɪndʒmənt/ (say sweep uhraynjmuhnt) noun a facility offered to individual customers of a bank or other financial institution whereby funds in excess of a certain level held in an account earning no or low interest, are automatically… … Australian English dictionary
sweep shot — /ˈswip ʃθt/ (say sweep shot) noun Cricket a cross bat shot played low to the ground, usually to a spinner, which angles the ball to around the back of the batter s legs … Australian English dictionary
sweeper — /ˈswipə/ (say sweepuh) noun 1. someone or something that sweeps. 2. a train which stops at all stations; picker up. 3. Shearing someone who is employed to sweep up wool on the shearing shed floor. 4. Soccer a supporting player who intercepts… … Australian English dictionary