She asked him if he had liked the sermon, and then told him to get off home quickly and give the tegs their swill.
They water their horses, and then swill their faces in the dregs.
He would touch a metaphor and then return and sip it, and then sip and drink and swill until it had intoxicated him hopelessly.
And that swill the Chinaman cooked at dinner-time—what about that?
He rested it on the edge of the hatch-way, while he was adjusting the rope ladder to descend with his "swill."
I'd as soon think of telling the Pope of Rome to empty a pail of swill as I would him.
Let who will eat plum-cake and swill hot coffee -- heartburn and other troubles are often the result of this kind of refreshment.
One day I cooked a squash, putting the parings in a swill pail.
Then he picked up the bucket of swill and ran over to feed the pigs.
What, you wish to get into my house to gormandise and swill at my expense.
Smart and clever; intelligent: Not too swift, is he