from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. The wrapping paper of a cigar for use in making a blunt to smoke marijuana
  • adj. comparative form of swish: more swish

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who swishes or flogs.


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  • After a series of quick passes between the two teenagers, the boyfriend sliced through Mike and Ray's lazy, porous defense and made an easy swisher for a 3-0 lead.


  • I have left 'the old girl behind' and moved onto a swisher, younger, more petite model.

    In Memory of a House

  • Arch, his Led Zeppelin tunes picked, walks over to the bar door on sawhorses, technically, lights a swisher and says, “Yeah?”

    Occupational Hazards

  • ROOSEVELT: Sarah swisher, whose daughter is getting married today in Iowa and we would like to wish her and her future son-in-law and her daughter all the best -- has given her proxy to Martha Fuller Clark.

    CNN Transcript May 31, 2008

  • And inside it smells everything in the world like swisher sweets ... the long brown "cigarettes" with the plastic filter my old boss at the pool used to smoke.

    i-claudius Diary Entry

  • Its my favorite place so far, this swisher sweets elevator. previous - next

    i-claudius Diary Entry

  • Moncrief major had been more considerate of his feelings, and had not made use of his swisher.

    The Hero of Garside School

  • Newall scowled, and would have treated him to a taste of the swisher, only he recollected that he was Stanley's cousin.

    The Hero of Garside School

  • He tossed them a swisher each, and selected one for himself, the quality of which he tested by flipping it in the air, much too near the crestfallen Plunger to be pleasant.

    The Hero of Garside School

  • "Thanks, Newall!" said Parfitt, putting the swisher he had received to a similar test on the other side of Plunger.

    The Hero of Garside School


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