swiftie

  • 1swiftie — /ˈswɪfti / (say swiftee) Colloquial –noun 1. an unfair act; a deceitful practice. –phrase 2. pull (or put over) a swiftie, to hoodwink; practise deception. Also, swifty …

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  • 2Swiftie — 1. clever imposition upon someone; 2. fool or mislead; 3. unfair act; deceitful practice; confidence trick; 4. con artist; a devious operator …

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  • 3swiftie — Australian Slang 1. clever imposition upon someone; 2. fool or mislead; 3. unfair act; deceitful practice; confidence trick; 4. con artist; a devious operator …

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  • 4swiftie — n. Austral. sl. 1 a deceptive trick. 2 a person who acts or thinks quickly …

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  • 5Put a swiftie over on — to fool, to mislead smb …

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  • 6put a swiftie over on — Australian Slang to fool, to mislead smb …

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  • 8Chuck Connors — (on right) meeting Leonid Brezhnev Born Kevin Joseph Connors April 10, 1921( …

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  • 9Tom Swifty — A Tom Swifty (or Tom Swiftie) is a phrase in which a quoted sentence is linked by a pun to the manner in which it is attributed. Tom Swifties may be considered a type of Wellerism.Examples include: * Pass me the shellfish, said Tom crabbily. *… …

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  • 10Chuck Connors — Nombre real Kevin Joseph Aloysius Connors Nacimiento 10 de abril de 1921 …

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  • 13prawn — The literal definition of prawn (a word which appears in the Middle English period, but whose origin is unknown) as an edible shellfish is obviously part of standard English. It is, however, the figurative use of the word to describe a fool or… …

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  • 14swifty — (also swiftie) noun (plural swifties) informal, chiefly Austral./NZ 1》 a deceptive trick. 2》 a person who acts or thinks quickly. 3》 Brit. an alcoholic drink consumed quickly …

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  • 15pull — /pʊl / (say pool) verb (t) 1. to draw or haul towards oneself or itself, in a particular direction, or into a particular position: to pull a sledge up a hill. 2. to draw or tug at with force: to pull a person s hair. 3. to draw, rend, or tear… …

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