Definition of Swingeing. Meaning of Swingeing. Synonyms of Swingeing

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Definition of Swingeing

Swingeing
Swinge Swinge, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Swinged (sw[i^]njd); p. pr. & vb. n. Swingeing (sw[i^]nj"[i^]ng).] [OE. swengen, AS. swengan to shake, causative of swingan. See Swing.] 1. To beat soundly; to whip; to chastise; to punish. I had swinged him soundly. --Shak. And swinges his own vices in his son. --C. Dryden. 2. To move as a lash; to lash. [Obs.] Swinges the scaly horror of his folded tail. --Milton.
Swingeing
Swingeing Swinge"ing, a. Huge; very large. [Colloq.] --Arbuthnot. --Byron. -- Swinge"ing*ly, adv. --Dryden.

Meaning of Swingeing from wikipedia

- the world and produces the best quality. [...] The BBC has gone through swingeing staff cuts. It has been cut to the bone, if you divert licence fee money...
- charges. The event is commemorated by the 1968 Richard Hamilton artwork Swingeing London 67, a collage of contemporary press clippings about the case, and...
- forms of English keep the silent "e" in the words dyeing, singeing, and swingeing (in the sense of dye, singe, and swinge), to distinguish from dying, singing...
- verbs with roots ending in -e which do not drop the e (being, seeing, swingeing, etc.) Others: albeit, atheism, cuneiform*, deify, deity, herein, nuclei...
- was represented by Robert Fraser and even produced a series of prints, Swingeing London, based on Fraser's arrest, along with Mick Jagger, for possession...
- 13 hands (52 inches, 132 cm) in the Breed of Horses Act 1535. The laws for swingeing culls of 'under-height' horses were partially repealed by a decree by...
- the school's remaining finances, meaning that they are forced to make 'swingeing' cuts. In series 3, it is revealed that he lost all of the money raised...
- which totalled £110 million. Shortly afterwards, in addition to the swingeing cuts being made by vice-chairman Karren Brady, ****van suggested that...
- chronic plagiarists were exposed; and topical ideologies were treated to swingeing critiques."[full citation needed] TW3 was live and recordings were not...
- waiting for the new (Churchill) government's easing of the 'temporary' swingeing purchase tax promised in the lead up to the snap-election held during...
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