That was the playbook the swift Boat Veterans for Truth used to discredit then-Sen.
The complaint about swift is that she only sings about high school stuff.
For former Goldman Sachs board member Rajat Gupta, justice was swift, writes Allan Dodds Frank.
Said Ortiz, “We believe that bringing this to a swift conviction is in the best interest of justice.”
“Returning Mr. Hamdan for this rehabilitation program sets a precedent,” said swift, the military lawyer who represented Hamdan.
She found his hand in the darkness; and gave it a swift, grateful squeeze.
I did not care to tow the Islander against the swift current.
I thought Jackson was swift, too, but he's swifter than I thought.
The sobs stopped, while Harry took a swift survey of her face.
Distant footfalls in the passage prompted him to a swift decision.
Old English swift "moving quickly," related to swifan "move in a course, sweep" (see swivel). Related: Swiftly; swiftness.
type of bird (several species of the family Cypselidæ, resembling swallows), 1660s, from swift (adj.) in reference to its swift flight. Regarded as a bird of ill-omen, if not downright demonic, probably for its shrill cry. The name earlier had been given to several small fast lizards (1520s).