What does Swivet mean?
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by Random House
-ivet, civet, divot, grivet, pivot, privet, rivet, swivet, trivet. -ivid, livid, vivid. -Ml. See - ivel. -ivor. See -iver. -ivot. See -ivet. -ivver. See -iver. -ivvy. See -ivy. -ivy, chivvy, civvy, divvy, Livy, privy, skivvy, tivy; tantivy. -ixer, fixer, mixer; elixir. -ixie, Dixie ...
containing words from the English writers previous to the nineteenth century which are no longer in use, or are not used in the same sense. And words which are now used only in the provincial dialects
by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
swivet, «□ t. and ...
obsolete phrases, proverbs, and ancient customs, from the fourteenth century
SWIVET. A deep sleep. (A.-S.) SWIZZEN. To singe. North. SWIZZLE. Ale and beer mixed. /. of Wight. Also a verb, to drink, or swill. SWKYR. Sugar. Arch. xxx. 413. SWOB. Same as Swab, q. v. SWOBBLE. To swagger in a low manner.
by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps
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The value of this 6-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.