swiftie

swiftie

(ˈswɪftɪ) or

swifty

n, pl swifties
slang chiefly Austral a trick, ruse, or deception
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Mcormick, Swiftie, Jupe, Ger Ahearn, Sarah Buckley, DJ Oni &Co.
Rose is often chatted up by male Swiftie fans, and she's even approached in supermarkets or at the pub by fans who believe she is Taylor - even though it hardly seems likely that the star would be hanging out in Chester, Rose's hometown.
Long-time Swiftie Damir Tomicic, Managing Director of South America, runs the Bogota office.
An experienced Swiftie, Heather Day, is moving from her position as Regional Manger in Alaska to the same role in the new Denver office.
Neha Reddy The Dream Team Shivani Arjun & Nikita Khare Scary Scholars Preetha Mani & Anushika Kulshreshtha Swiftie Saints Aiman Muzzammil Sayed & Muskn Salim Tahsildar JUNIOR CATEGORY - Indian School Sohar The Incredibles Shubbhangi Sinha & karshee Jain Sparkles Ashwin V.
Ho ho, they said, just old Swiftie again, having a laugh.
Or in McCoy's pub knocking back a swiftie after another tough day doing nothing.
We'd call it the Happy Hour cocktail or a swiftie in the beer garden after work, but somehow sundowner conjures up something extra, something special.
Couple of swifties by the Thames and then on to Windsor for tomorrow night, ready for the big one ahead.
FANS of Augustines should keep an eye out this weekend around the Toon as they may well pop into a pub or two for a few swifties.
Computational modeling of linguistic humour: Tom Swifties, in ALLC/ACH Joint Annual Conference, Oxford