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swag

1. noun Extreme self-confidence. A shortened form of the word "swagger." All the girls want to date him because he's got swag.
2. noun Small promotional items given away at events such as conferences. Look at all the swag I got at that HR conference! Pens, a clipboard, even a beach ball!
3. adjective or interjection Cool; awesome. Yeah that dude's pretty swag. Pizza party with my squad! Swag!

scientific wild ass guess

and SWAG
phr. & comp. abb. a simple guess. (Often objectionable.) I don’t know at all. That was a SWAG. I always use the SWAG system.
See also: ass, guess, scientific, wild

SWAG

verb
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