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Swag

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Luggage, knapsack, a bundle; also food carried about one. Swag-shop, a store of minor, or cheap-priced goods. (Scotch, sweg.)

“[Palliser] began to retrace the way by which he had fled, and, descending carefully to the spot where be had thrown off his swag, found it as he had left it.”—Watson: The Web of the Spider, chap. v.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Surname
Surplice
Surrey
Surt or Surtur
Susan (St.)
Sussex
Sutor
Suttee (Indian)
Svalin
Swaddler
Swag
Swag
Swagger
Swainmote
Swallow
Swan
Swan
Swan-hopping
Swan of Avon (The), or Sweet Swan of Avon
Swan of Cambray (The)
Swan of Mantua (The), or The Mantuan Swan