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

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

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

[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. Ernest Stickley, Jr. reappears in Stick. ==Plot summa
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Swag

[bedroll] In Australia and New Zealand, a swag is a portable sleeping unit. It is normally 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. It is sometimes referred to a
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SWAG

Scientific Wild Ass Guess
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Swag

Gold and riches.
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Swag

extreme, scary
Found on http://www.timwoods.org/the-london-slang-dictionary-project/

Swag

A carved ornament in the form of a draped cloth or a festoon of fruit or flowers.
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Swag

A carved ornament in the form of a draped cloth or a festoon of fruit or flowers.
Found on http://www.kozakarchitects.com/learn-architecture-glossary.html
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