Swash

[brand] Swash is a brand of laundry products manufactured by Procter & Gamble (P&G) and sold in the United States. ==Range of products (2007–09)== A range of products was introduced under the name `Swash` in 2007, comprising previously-existing P&G products with new branding, and aimed at the student market. Its component products include...
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swash

Intermittent landward flow of water across a beach where surf is breaking.
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Swash

(1) Same as UPRUSH. (2) A body of dashing, splashing water. (3) A BAR over which the ocean washes.
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swash

[n] - the movement or sound of water 2. [v] - make violent, noisy movements
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Swash

Swash noun [ Confer Swash , intransitive verb , Squash , transitive verb ] (Architecture) An oval figure, whose moldings are oblique to the axis of the work. Moxon. Swash plate (Machinery) , a revolving c...
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Swash

Swash adjective [ Confer Swash , intransitive verb , Squash , transitive verb ] Soft, like fruit too ripe; swashy. [ Prov. Eng.] Pegge.
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Swash

Swash intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Swashed ; present participle & verbal noun Swashing .] [ Probably of imitative origin; confer Swedish svasska to splash, and, for sense 3, Swedish svassa to bully, to rod...
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Swash

Swash noun 1. Impulse of water flowing with violence; a dashing or splashing of water. 2. A narrow sound or channel of water lying within a sand bank, or between a sand bank and the shore, or a bar over which the sea washes. 3. Liquid filth; wash; hog mash. [ Obsolete] 4.
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swash

Soft, like fruit too ripe; swashy. ... Origin: Cf. Swash, Squash. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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swash

noun the movement or sound of water; `the swash of waves on the beach`
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Swash

• (n.) Impulse of water flowing with violence; a dashing or splashing of water. • (n.) A swaggering fellow; a swasher. • (v. i.) To dash or flow noisily, as water; to splash; as, water swashing on a shallow place. • (n.) A blustering noise; a swaggering behavior. • (v. i.) To bluster; to make a great noise; to vapor or brag...
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Swash

In architecture a swash is an oval figure, whose mouldings are oblique to the axis of the work.
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Swash

A thin sheet of water that moves up the beach face after a wave of water breaks on the shore.
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Swash

Swash is slang for worthless stuff, nonsense.
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Swash

Swash is slang for worthless stuff, nonsense.
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Swash

Swash is the movement of a thin layer of turbulent, foaming water up a beach following the breaking of a wave. As this water rushes along it carries sand and shell fragments with it, depositing them when it runs out of energy. Flat waves, which have a very strong swash, often move a lot of material on to a beach in this way. Some of the swash soaks...
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Swash

A flourish replacing a terminal or serif.
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Swash

An elegant extension on a letter form, either a modification of an existing part or an added-on part.When swash characters are built-in as OpenType features, certain (older) operating systems and applications will not be able to access them.
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Swash

[typography] A swash is a typographical flourish, such as an exaggerated serif, terminal, tail, entry stroke, etc. on a glyph. The use of swash characters dates back to at least the 16th century, as they can be seen in Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi La Operina, which is dated 1522. As with italic type in general, they were inspired by the...
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Swash

Swash, in geography, is known as a turbulent layer of water that washes up on the beach after an incoming wave has broken. The swash action can move beach materials up and down the beach, which results in the cross-shore sediment exchange. The time-scale of swash motion varies from seconds to minutes depending on the type of beach (see Figure 1 fo...
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swash

The landward rush of water from a breaking wave up the slope of the beach.
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Swash

The rush of water up onto a beach after a wave breaks.
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Swash

The landward rush of water from a breaking wave up the slope of the beach.
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Swash

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