Meaning of SWILL in English

SWILL

I. verb Etymology: Middle English swilen, from Old English ~an Date: before 12th century transitive verb wash , drench , to drink great drafts of ; guzzle , to feed (as a pig) with ~, intransitive verb to drink or eat freely, greedily, or to excess, swash , ~er noun II. noun Date: 1553 something suggestive of slop or garbage ; refuse , 2. a semiliquid food for animals (as swine) composed of edible refuse mixed with water or skimmed or sour milk, garbage

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