Meaning of SWILL in English

SWILL

[swill] vb [ME swilen, fr. OE swillan] vt (bef. 12c) 1: wash, drench

2: to drink great drafts of: guzzle

3: to feed (as a pig) with swill ~ vi 1: to drink or eat freely, greedily, or to excess

2: swash -- swill.er n

[2]swill n (1553) 1: something suggestive of slop or garbage: refuse

2. a: a semiliquid food for animals (as swine) composed of edible refuse mixed with water or skimmed or sour milk b: garbage

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