swang

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Noun[edit]

swang (plural swangs)

  1. A swamp.

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Verb[edit]

swang (third-person singular simple present swangs, present participle swanging, simple past and past participle swanged)

  1. (African American vernacular, slang) To steer one's vehicle from side to side while driving.
  2. (archaic and dialectal) simple past tense of swing. Now largely replaced by swung.

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