Word:

Swink

v. i.1.To labor; to toil; to salve.
[imp. Swank Swonk ( ); p. p. Swonken ; p. pr. & vb. n. Swinking.]
Or swink with his hands and labor.
- Chaucer.
For which men swink and sweat incessantly.
- Spenser.
The swinking crowd at every stroke pant "Ho."
- Sir Samuel Freguson.
v. t.1.To cause to toil or drudge; to tire or exhaust with labor.
2.To acquire by labor.
To devour all that others swink.
- Chaucer.
n.1.Labor; toil; drudgery.
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swingy
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-- Swink --
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swirling
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