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Dressed with swag one night the spoiled multibillionaire walked down the streets of Manhattan Seeing a flower shop he quickly purchased a swag of flowers to impress his girlfriend later during his date with her Little did he know that during his date his house would be robbed of all its swag by some burglars that same night In the short account a certain word was expressed in various ways and contexts Swag is a very particular word that has gone through many phases of its life Its common and primary definitions have no similarity at all Even though nowadays swag is defined by its slang definition the word changes meaning based on context The most common meaning of the term swag is how it is used in slang expressions because that has become the more widely accepted form of jargon When one comments on someones swag he remarks on his looks or style He observes the way someone dresses and his or her personality In one sense swag can mean style and looks however in another sense still relating to slang it could also mean how a person walks or moves When a person comments on how a person swags he observes the particular style of walking by swaying side to side with each step This is how the word can be used as a verb Thus the terminology of the slang version of swag is used to comment on a persons style walk or looksIn conjunction with the prior definition a distant but close alternative meaning of swag is money or expensive items taken by a thief or burglar Swag def 2 This definition is similar to the slang meaning because both have a sense of value and worth This definition takes the adjective usage of swag in slang and converts it into the grammatical form of a noun Instead of describing someones looks and styles swag is the loot of thieves
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