swally


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swally

(ˈswæliɪ)
n, pl -lies
informal
a. an alcoholic drink: I'll have the odd swally.
b. alcoholic drinks in general: Did you overdo the swally on Friday?.
[a Scot form of swallow1]
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Another fan wrote: "Am so confused why did we just bump inty Jeremy Corbyn outside a swally shop in Romania on a Wednesday night after the fitbaw."
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The part-time coach, part-time dentist joins supporters for a pre-match swally before every home game.
Brechin fans have earned their free swally this weekend.
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your inner Leprechaun or just have a swally today, St Patrick's Day.
Hand-fishing for swally was not on their to-do list either.
Making the Old Firm fans go to the ground is a huge preventative measure because at least it keeps them off the swally for two hours.
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