Synonyms of swill in English:

swill


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verb

1‘they whiled away their evening swilling pints of beer’

SYNONYMS
drink, quaff, swallow, down, gulp down, drain, guzzle, imbibe, sup, slurp, consume
informal swig, swill, swill down, slug, knock back, knock off, toss off, put away, get one's laughing gear round, bend one's elbow
British informal neck
North American informal chug, scarf down

2‘with a clatter of buckets and bowls, we started to swill down the yard’

SYNONYMS
wash, sluice, clean out, flush, rinse, bathe, cleanse, drench

noun

1‘he took a noisy swill of coffee’

SYNONYMS
gulp, drink, swallow, draught, mouthful
informal swig, slug

2‘if a regular source of swill is available, pig keeping can be profitable’

SYNONYMS
pigswill, hogwash, pigwash, wash, mash
slops, scraps, refuse, scourings, leftovers, waste matter, waste, remains, detritus