What is swallow?

  • (verb): Believe or accept without questioning or challenge.
    Example: "Am I supposed to swallow that story?"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Swallow

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Swallow, Smile - Track Listing
... A "Swallow, Smile" - 242 B "Take Me Out" (Acoustic Version) - 425. ...
Swallow Airplane Company - Designed and Built
1927 - OX-5 Swallow 1936 - C Coupe 1929 - H HA 1930 - HA Sport HC 1929 - HC Sport 1930 - HW Sport 1928 - Hisso Swallow 1926 - J4 Swallow 1928 - J5 ...
List Of Birds Of Oregon - Order Passeriformes - Family Hirundinidae
... Subfamily Hirundininae Purple Martin Progne subis Tree Swallow Tachycineta bicolor Violet-green Swallow Tachycineta thalassina Northern Rough-winged Swallow ...
Swallow TP
... The Swallow TP was a trainer aircraft produced by the Swallow Airplane Company in the United States from 1928 ...
List Of Birds Of Egypt - Swallows and Martins
... Bank Swallow Riparia riparia Anc.E.g ... rupestris Rock Martin Ptyonoprogne fuligula Barn Swallow Hirundo rustica Anc.E.g ... mn.t (meaning uncertain) Red-rumped Swallow Cecropis daurica Common House-Martin Delichon urbica ...

More definitions of "swallow":

  • (verb): Keep from expressing.
    Example: "I swallowed my anger and kept quiet"
  • (verb): Pass through the esophagus as part of eating or drinking.
    Example: "Swallow the raw fish--it won't kill you!"
    Synonyms: get down
  • (verb): Engulf and destroy.
    Example: "The Nazis swallowed the Baltic countries"
  • (verb): Utter indistinctly.
    Example: "She swallowed the last words of her speech"
  • (noun): The act of swallowing.
    Example: "One swallow of the liquid was enough"
    Synonyms: drink, deglutition
  • (noun): Small long-winged songbird noted for swift graceful flight and the regularity of its migrations.
  • (noun): A small amount of liquid food.
    Synonyms: sup

Famous quotes containing the word swallow:

    I have eyes to see now what I have never seen before.
    Anonymous, U.S. correspondence student. As quoted in The Life of Ellen H. Richards, ch. 9, by Caroline L. Hunt, quoting Ellen Swallow Richards (1912)

    ... my aim is now, as it has been for the past ten years, to make myself a true woman, one worthy of the name, and one who will unshrinkingly follow the path which God marks out, one whose aim is to do all of the good she can in the world and not be one of the delicate little dolls or the silly fools who make up the bulk of American women, slaves to society and fashion.
    —Ellen Henrietta Swallow Richards (1842–1911)

    The well-educated young woman of 1950 will blend art and sciences in a way we do not dream of; the science will steady the art and the art will give charm to the science. This young woman will marry—yes, indeed, but she will take her pick of men, who will by that time have begun to realize what sort of men it behooves them to be.
    —Ellen Henrietta Swallow Richards (1842–1911)