swinish meaning

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  1. Shaw and Griffiths are enjoyably swinish, the most resolute of Muggles.
  2. He lacks the courage of his own swinish convictions.
  3. He saw the media at its most swinish.
  4. None of your usual star-style swinish behaviour here, just squeals of delight.
  5. Here is a morning in the life of Queenie and Burrs, her dashingly swinish lover.

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