Indeed, all went on swimmingly, and all were pleased with themselves.
It gave Roland an advantage, and he went on swimmingly with his mischief.
Our Addresses are going on swimmingly, and it will, I think, soon be time for the loyal county of B. to show itself.
Things went on swimmingly then until that awful drought came.
Sandy King (he's my chum) helped me that month over my lessons, so I got on swimmingly.
You will find us getting on swimmingly when you come on in October.
Things went on swimmingly during the erection—so did the houses when built.
"Then everything is going on swimmingly," said the countess clapping her hands.
How swimmingly the world would go on without such things, I leave those who have experienced them to judge.
In the mean time, I write to my friends in France that I am getting on swimmingly.
To perform well; succeed; fly: I didn't think the Harptones quite swam last time I saw them
[1970s+; perhaps fr sink or swim]