Swon



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  • Swonk

    verb 1. a simple past tense of swink. verb (used without object), swank or swonk, swonken, swinking, noun 1. labor; toil. verb 1. (intransitive) to toil or drudge noun 2. toil or drudgery

  • Swonken

    verb 1. past participle of swink. verb (used without object), swank or swonk, swonken, swinking, noun 1. labor; toil. verb 1. (intransitive) to toil or drudge noun 2. toil or drudgery



  • Swoon

    verb (used without object) 1. to faint; lose consciousness. 2. to enter a state of hysterical rapture or ecstasy: The teenagers swooned at the sight of the singing star. noun 3. a faint or fainting fit; syncope. verb (intransitive) 1. a literary word for faint 2. to become ecstatic noun 3. an instance of fainting

  • Swooning

    verb (used without object) 1. to faint; lose consciousness. 2. to enter a state of hysterical rapture or ecstasy: The teenagers swooned at the sight of the singing star. noun 3. a faint or fainting fit; syncope. verb (intransitive) 1. a literary word for faint 2. to become ecstatic noun 3. an instance of fainting



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