Swagging



noun
1.
a suspended wreath, garland, drapery, or the like, fastened up at or near each end and hanging down in the middle; festoon.
2.
a wreath, spray, or cluster of foliage, flowers, or fruit.
3.
a festoon, especially one very heavy toward the center.
4.
a swale.
5.
a swaying or lurching movement.
verb (used without object), swagged, swagging.
6.
to move heavily or unsteadily from side to side or up and down; sway.
7.
to hang loosely and heavily; sink down.
verb (used with object), swagged, swagging.
8.
to cause to sway, sink, or sag.
9.
to hang or adorn with swags.
noun
1.
Slang.

plunder; booty.
money; valuables.
free merchandise distributed as part of the promotion of a product, company, etc.
self-confidence and personal style as shown by one’s appearance and demeanor:
the top ten athletes with the most swag.
schwag (def 1).

2.
Australian. a traveler’s bundle containing personal belongings, cooking utensils, food, or the like.
verb (used without object), swagged, swagging.
3.
Australian. to travel about carrying one’s bundle of personal belongings.
noun
1.
(slang) property obtained by theft or other illicit means
2.
(slang) goods; valuables
3.
an ornamental festoon of fruit, flowers, or drapery or a representation of this
4.
a swaying movement; lurch
5.
(Midland English, dialect) a depression filled with water, resulting from mining subsidence
6.
(Austral & NZ, informal) (formerly) a swagman’s pack containing personal belongings
7.
(Austral & NZ, informal) go on the swag, to become a tramp
8.
(Austral & NZ, informal) swags of, lots of
verb swags, swagging, swagged
9.
(mainly Brit) to lurch or sag or cause to lurch or sag
10.
(transitive) to adorn or arrange with swags
11.
(intransitive) (Austral, informal) to tramp about carrying a pack of personal belongings
noun

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