swag

stolen goods, also an acronym for 'stolen without a gun.'
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swag

[n] - (informal) valuable goods 2. [v] - sway heavily or unsteadily
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Swag

Looped-up curtain, border or leg.
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Swag

Slang: Rubbish -Usage: 'That's swag' - Other terms Waste
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swag

ee decorative motifs.
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Swag

Swag intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Swagged ; present participle & verbal noun Swagging .] [ Confer Icelandic sveggja , sveigja to bend, to sway, Norw. svaga to sway. See Sway .] 1.
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Swag

Swag noun 1. A swaying, irregular motion. 2. A burglar's or thief's booty; boodle. [ Cant or Slang] Charles Reade.
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Swag

Swag intransitive verb To tramp carrying a swag. [ Australia]
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Swag

Swag noun [ Australia] (a) A tramping bushman's luggage, rolled up either in canvas or in a blanket so as to form a long bundle, and carried on the back or over the shoulder; -- called also a bluey , or a drum . (b) Any bundle of luggage similarly rolled up; hence, luggage
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swag

noun a bundle containing the personal belongings of a swagman
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Swag

• (n.) A tramping bushman`s luggage, rolled up either in canvas or in a blanket so as to form a long bundle, and carried on the back or over the shoulder; -- called also a bluey, or a drum. • (n.) Any bundle of luggage similarly rolled up; hence, luggage in general. • (v. i.) To tramp carrying a swag. • (v. i.) To sink down by i
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swag

(from the article `garland`) a band, or chain, of flowers, foliage, and leaves; it may be joined at the ends to form a circle (wreath), worn on the head (chaplet), or draped in ...
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swag

in architecture and decoration, carved ornamental motif consisting of stylized flowers, fruit, foliage, and cloth, tied together with ribbons that ... [1 related articles]
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Swag

[TV series] Swag was a UK prank show broadcast on Five from 2002 to 2004. The general theme of the show was to trick members of the public into committing a minor crime (usually stealing) but then get their comeuppance in one way or another. There were some pranks that were repeated on multiple occasions, while others were one offs in a cer
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Swag

Swag is slang for property obtained by theft or other illicit means.
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Swag

Swag is slang for property obtained by theft or other illicit means.
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Swag

[Ugly Betty] "Swag" is the eleventh episode from the dramedy series Ugly Betty. This was supposed to be the fourth episode, which was scheduled to air on October 19, 2006, but it was replaced by "Fey`s Sleigh Ride". It has been billed as "The Lost Episode" and filled in loose ends via new scenes. On the first season DVD, "Swag" is listed as
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Swag

[novel] Swag is a crime novel by Elmore Leonard, first published as a paperback in 1976 and since also released as a large print hardcover and as an audio recording. Some paperback editions, including the first American edition, were published under the alternative title of Ryan`s Rules (which is also the name of a 1996 Mills & Boon romance
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Swag

[bedroll] In Australia and New Zealand, a swag is a bundle of belongings rolled in a traditional fashion to be carried by a foot traveller in the bush. Before motor transport was common, foot travel over long distances was essential to agriculture in the Australian bush. Probably the definitive description was provided by Henry Lawson: Swag
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swag

fabric window treatment consisting of cloth loosely draped over a rod
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swag

  1. (informal) valuable goods
  2. goods or money obtained illegally

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SWAG

Scientific Wild Ass Guess -or- SoftWare And Giveaways
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Swag

[album] Swag is the fourth solo album by former Guns N` Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke, released in 2002. ==Track List== ...
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SWAG

Scientific Wild Ass Guess
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Swag

Gold and riches.
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