Definition of Swapped

1. Verb. (past of swap) ¹



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Definition of Swapped

1. swap [v] - See also: swap

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swapped

swap
swap file
swap files
swap in
swap meet
swap out
swap space
swap spit
swape
swapes
swapfile
swapfiles
swapmeet
swapmeets
swappable
swapped (current term)
swapped in
swapped out
swapped spit
swapper
swappers
swapping
swapping in
swapping out
swapping spit
swappings
swapportunities
swapportunity
swaps
swaps in

Literary usage of Swapped

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Tramp at Home by Lee Meriwether (1889)
"A RELIGIOUS MEETING WHERE THE WOMEN WASHED THE MEN'S FEET, AND THE MEN swapped HORSES. AFTER a few weeks in and around Birmingham, Alabama, and Chattanooga, ..."

2. The Tramp at Home by Lee Meriwether (1889)
"A RELIGIOUS MEETING WHERE THE WOMEN WASHED THE MEN'S FEET, AND THE MEN swapped HORSES. AFTER a few weeks in and around Birmingham, Alabama, and Chattanooga, ..."

3. Autobiography of Samuel S. Hildebrand: The Renowned Missouri "bushwhacker by Samuel S. Hildebrand, James W. Evans, Abraham Wendell Keith (1870)
"swapped horses with Robert Hill and captured some more.—Killed Free Jim and kidnapped a negro boy. About the first of April, 1865,1 started to Missouri with ..."

4. The Tramp at Home by Lee Meriwether (1889)
"A RELIGIOUS MEETING WHERE THE WOMEN WASHED THE MEN'S FEET, AND THE MEN swapped HORSES. AFTER a few weeks in and around Birmingham, Alabama, ..."

5. The Tramp at Home by Lee Meriwether (1889)
"A RELIGIOUS MEETING WHERE THE WOMEN WASHED THE MEN'S FEET, AND THE MEN swapped HORSES. AFTER a few weeks in and around Birmingham, Alabama, and Chattanooga, ..."

6. Autobiography of Samuel S. Hildebrand: The Renowned Missouri "bushwhacker by Samuel S. Hildebrand, James W. Evans, Abraham Wendell Keith (1870)
"swapped horses with Robert Hill and captured some more.—Killed Free Jim and kidnapped a negro boy. About the first of April, 1865,1 started to Missouri with ..."

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