Swing for - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
swing for something
Fig. [for someone] to die by hanging for committing a crime. The sheriff swore that Tex would swing for the killing. Max said he would not swing for something that Lefty had done.
References in periodicals archive
As far as having a swing for
two or more adults, they tend to get the push me/pull me thing going on and are not able to really swing.
The James Greenop Foundation, set up following the death of Everton FC fan James after he was knocked down on Speke Road, Garston last October, donated the final PS500 needed to buy a swing for
D) You are now ready to enjoy your swing for
a long time.
Because Judge is not merely celebrating swing for
its own sake; he's trying to make a larger point about the state of society.
Look for Swing by Swing for
Android in summer 2010.
Jenny Mushrow left baby Oliver in his swing for
minutes, but returned to find the four-month-old screaming in pain after becoming stuck between two metal bars.