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1. n. a deep drink of liquor; a swallow of liquor. She took a swig of rum and leaped into the lagoon.
2. tv. to drink liquor deeply. He nearly swigged the whole bottle before he needed to take a breath.

swigged

and swiggled (swɪgd and ˈswɪglæd)
mod. alcohol intoxicated; tipsy. Man, is she ever swigged!
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This is much easier for patients to tolerate because a procedure that used to take 15 minutes or a half hour now won't last long at all,'' Swigger said.
Swigger said the new CT scanner has also saved time in other areas of treatment.
With the CT scanner, Swigger said, the iodine is administered through an IV in the arm and a picture is taken.
In his "Unite et pluralite du langage: perfection et imperfection d'un projet semiotique," Swiggers describes the election of lingua belgica to the status of the Adamic language that was proposed by Goropius Becanus in his Origines Antverpianae.
Swiggers focuses on the Institutiones grammaticae Latinae (1538) of Nicolas Clenardus, far less known than his Hebrew or Greek grammar.
This welcome volume is further evidence of growing interest in linguistic and language-teaching material from the Middle Ages, and follows on from a flurry of studies associated with the author herself, and with Hunt, Lusignan, Kristol, Merrilees, Rothwell, Stadtler, and Swiggers, to name but the most important.
A nation of swiggers of tinnies (canned beers) and stubbies (bottles) is surprisingly strict on drink-driving.
And their police wouldn't be slow in putting down any riots amid the pot-bellied brigade of lager swiggers.
Accordingly Rendsburg reconstructs initial */t/ in the Gileadite test word, (16) an idea that goes back, without anything like such a persuasive argument, via Swiggers (1981) to Speiser (1942; 1967).
Jay's main rival is Jess Swiggers, a teammate on his development team and the reigning junior national cross country champion.
The usual Euro clientele of Che was replaced by an army of shaggy-haired, denim-wearing beer swiggers, so I felt very out of place as I sipped my Seabreeze.
The Proud Galleries was perhaps too small for the many groovy beer swiggers who showed up at its opening of Dennis Morris's photographs of the late, great Bob Marley.