Also, swim against the stream or tide . Go against prevailing opinion or thought, as in I’m voting for him even if that is swimming against the current . Shakespeare used a similar metaphor in 2 Henry IV (5:2): “You must now speak Sir John Falstaff fair, which swims against your stream.” For the antonym, see swim with the tide
noun 1. (angling) a device containing bait, attached to the line to ensure the gradual baiting of the swim from under the surface
noun 1. one of a pair of flippers.
verb (used without object), swam, swum, swimming. 1. to move in water by movements of the limbs, fins, tail, etc. 2. to float on the surface of water or some other liquid. 3. to move, rest, or be suspended in air as if swimming in water. 4. to move, glide, or go smoothly over a […]
noun 1. (in many crustaceans) one of a number of abdominal limbs or appendages, usually adapted for swimming and for carrying eggs, as distinguished from other limbs adapted for walking or seizing. noun 1. any of the small paired appendages on the abdomen of crustaceans, used chiefly in locomotion and reproduction Also called pleopod swimmeret […]