The new born feeble being is not there swaddled and filletted up in a swathe, the source of a thousand diseases.
swathe the body in the thickest of non-conductors of heat, and what happens?
Gastric juices leap out from the walls and swathe it in loving embrace.
"He said it made the swathe better there than any where else," they reply.
swathe after swathe fell to the ground in a straight line behind them, and the binders bound them in bands of twisted straw.
Like Tristan, they hate the day as the destroyer of poetry, and swathe themselves in the trembling chiaroscuro of twilight.
They swathe their heads in old lace which declines to drape gracefully about their cheeks.
As the distension of the belly had been very great, a swathe was applied, and drawn gradually tighter as the water was evacuated.
In the mental asylum that the swathe of socialist countries was, even language was pathologised.
She suddenly went back into the room, and before the mirror tore off the swathe of cream lace she wore round her throat.