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The example sentences of SWIFT in videos (15 in total of 210)

then adverb - in preposition or subordinating conjunction one cardinal number swift noun, singular or mass stroke noun, singular or mass - the determiner invention noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner warp noun, singular or mass drive noun, singular or mass changed verb, past participle our possessive pronoun world noun, singular or mass .
the determiner drawbacks noun, plural of preposition or subordinating conjunction these determiner make noun, singular or mass nuclear adjective an determiner infeasible adjective solution noun, singular or mass to to a determiner swift noun, singular or mass decarbonization proper noun, singular of preposition or subordinating conjunction our possessive pronoun
and coordinating conjunction others noun, plural were verb, past tense n't adverb those determiner that preposition or subordinating conjunction failed verb, past participle were verb, past tense followed verb, past participle by preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner swift noun, singular or mass execution noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction everyone noun, singular or mass involved verb, past participle
always adverb you personal pronoun know verb, non-3rd person singular present like preposition or subordinating conjunction ken proper noun, singular swift proper noun, singular & coordinating conjunction storm proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction mauritzio proper noun, singular , quickstep noun, singular or mass to to name verb, base form a determiner few adjective
rumors proper noun, singular have verb, non-3rd person singular present been verb, past participle buzzing verb, gerund or present participle over preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner secret noun, singular or mass scrapped verb, past tense album noun, singular or mass taylor proper noun, singular swift proper noun, singular allegedly adverb recorded verb, past tense in preposition or subordinating conjunction 2016 cardinal number
beria proper noun, singular was verb, past tense swift noun, singular or mass in preposition or subordinating conjunction his possessive pronoun actions noun, plural , and coordinating conjunction expanded verb, past tense the determiner gulags noun, plural to to support verb, base form stalin proper noun, singular s proper noun, singular reign noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction
old adjective fishel proper noun, singular results noun, plural from preposition or subordinating conjunction today noun, singular or mass 's possessive ending event noun, singular or mass blue proper noun, singular jackets proper noun, singular take verb, non-3rd person singular present first adjective second adjective place noun, singular or mass to to swift verb, base form blade noun, singular or mass
she personal pronoun sent verb, past tense swift proper noun, singular an determiner actual adjective olive adjective branch noun, singular or mass along preposition or subordinating conjunction with preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner note noun, singular or mass that determiner swift proper noun, singular later adverb shared verb, past tense on preposition or subordinating conjunction her possessive pronoun instagram proper noun, singular .
samsung proper noun, singular keyboard noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction swift proper noun, singular key adjective which wh-determiner i personal pronoun 've verb, non-3rd person singular present been verb, past participle using verb, gerund or present participle for preposition or subordinating conjunction many adjective years noun, plural now adverb has verb, 3rd person singular present a determiner
of preposition or subordinating conjunction see verb, base form what wh-pronoun happened verb, past participle the determiner split noun, singular or mass was verb, past tense swift noun, singular or mass played verb, past tense yep proper noun, singular pretty adverb hard adjective contact noun, singular or mass there adverb with preposition or subordinating conjunction
is verb, 3rd person singular present like preposition or subordinating conjunction quick adjective movement noun, singular or mass forward adverb swift noun, singular or mass action noun, singular or mass swift noun, singular or mass opportunity noun, singular or mass it personal pronoun is verb, 3rd person singular present good adjective news noun, singular or mass being verb, gerund or present participle kind noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction arriving verb, gerund or present participle
frivolous adjective scientific adjective inquiry noun, singular or mass , swift proper noun, singular discusses verb, 3rd person singular present how wh-adverb the determiner laputans proper noun, singular have verb, non-3rd person singular present discovered verb, past participle two cardinal number lesser noun, singular or mass stars noun, plural ,
group noun, singular or mass today noun, singular or mass it personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present the determiner snow noun, singular or mass tatu noun, singular or mass bola noun, singular or mass swift noun, singular or mass blade noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction the determiner janitors verb, 3rd person singular present the determiner janitors noun, plural come verb, non-3rd person singular present
have verb, non-3rd person singular present guided verb, past participle walkthroughs proper noun, singular to to teach verb, base form swift noun, singular or mass ui proper noun, singular app proper noun, singular building noun, singular or mass basics noun, plural app proper noun, singular previews noun, plural apps proper noun, singular built verb, past tense with preposition or subordinating conjunction swift noun, singular or mass
other adjective than preposition or subordinating conjunction that determiner the determiner woman noun, singular or mass maybe adverb taylor noun, singular or mass swift noun, singular or mass tyler noun, singular or mass swift noun, singular or mass yeah interjection i personal pronoun ca modal n't adverb he personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present looking verb, gerund or present participle at preposition or subordinating conjunction taylor noun, singular or mass

Use "swift" in a sentence | "swift" example sentences

How to use "swift" in a sentence?

  • Love is swift, sincere, pious, joyful, generous, strong, patient, faithful, prudent, long-suffering, courageous, and never seeking its own; for wheresoever a person seeketh his own, there he falleth from love.
    -Thomas a Kempis-
  • Farewell, my great one, my own, farewell, my pride, farewell, my swift, deep, dear river, how I loved your daylong splashing, how I loved to plunge into your cold waves.
    -Boris Pasternak-
  • I love 'Breathe' with Taylor (Swift) but I've been performing 'Lucky' with Jason (MRaz) all over the world in the past year so I'm glad that's what won.
    -Colbie Caillat-
  • Taylor Swift is pretty hip...She seems pretty honest. I think that’s hip. She’s promoting knowing yourself, and that’s the best idol.
    -Amanda Seyfried-
  • Believe this," he whispered, and kissed her with the sharp, sleek kiss, the silver kiss, so swift and true, and razor sharp, and her warmth was flowing into him.
    -Annette Curtis Klause-
  • Practice makes perfect. After a long time of practicing, our work will become natural, skillfull, swift, and steady.
    -Bruce Lee-
  • Be more dedicated to making solid achievements than in running after swift but synthetic happiness
    -Abdul Kalam-
  • Be swift to take advantage of business opportunities. Bigger companies are too cumbersome to move quickly; this can be a competitive advantage for you.
    -Richard Branson-

Definition and meaning of SWIFT

What does "swift mean?"

/swift/

swift

adjective
happening quickly or promptly.
adverb
swiftly.
noun
swift-flying insectivorous bird with long, slender wings and superficial resemblance to swallow.

What are synonyms of "swift"?
Some common synonyms of "swift" are:
  • prompt,
  • rapid,
  • sudden,
  • immediate,
  • instant,
  • instantaneous,
  • ready,
  • punctual,
  • abrupt,
  • unhesitating,
  • hasty,
  • hurried,
  • precipitate,
  • headlong,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/präm(p)t/

prompt
adjective noun verb

Fast; in a quick manner; without delay. Encouragement to ask someone else to talk. cause action or feeling.

/ˈrapəd/

rapid
adjective noun

Moving or happening very quickly. Rough and fast-moving part of a river.

/ˈsədn/

sudden
adjective adverb

Happening or done quickly or unexpectedly. suddenly.

/iˈmēdēət/

immediate
adjective

Being the very next to or just after.

/ˈinstənt/

instant
adjective noun

immediate. precise moment of time.

/ˌinstənˈtānēəs/

instantaneous
adjective

Occurring with no delay at all.

/ˈredē/

ready
adjective noun verb

Being likely or about to do something. available money. prepare something for activity or purpose.

/ˈpəNG(k)(t)SH(o͞o)əl/

punctual
adjective

Being on time; not late.

/əˈbrəpt/

abrupt
adjective

sudden.

/ˌənˈhezəˌtādiNG/

unhesitating
adjective

Without pausing or delaying.

/ˈhāstē/

hasty
adjective

Done, made, or completed quickly or in a hurry.

/ˈhərēd/

hurried
adjective verb

done in hurry. To move, act, get somewhere, do something quickly.

precipitate
adjective noun verb

done or acting without careful consideration. substance precipitated from solution. cause undesirable event to happen suddenly.

/ˈhedˌlôNG/

headlong
adjective adverb

extremely hasty. with head foremost.

What are antonyms of "swift"?
Some common antonyms of "swift" are:
  • unhurried,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˌənˈhərēd/

unhurried
adjective

moving, acting, or taking place without haste or urgency.

Phrases and Idioms that contain "swift"

swift half

An alcoholic drink, commonly half the usual amount (i.e., a half-pint of bee ...

An alcoholic drink, commonly half the usual amount (i.e., a half-pint of beer), that is to be consumed quickly. Primarily heard in UK.