Definitions for SWAD

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. swad(noun)

    a bunch

    "a thick swad of plants"


  1. swad(Noun)

    A bunch, clump, mass

  2. swad(Noun)

    A boor, lout.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Swad(noun)

    a cod, or pod, as of beans or pease

  2. Swad(noun)

    a clown; a country bumpkin

  3. Swad(noun)

    a lump of mass; also, a crowd

  4. Swad(noun)

    a thin layer of refuse at the bottom of a seam

  5. Origin: [Probably fr. AS. sweian to bind.]

Anagrams for SWAD »

  1. wads

  2. daws

  3. AWDs

  4. WASD

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