Definition of 'swanned'
Example sentences containing 'swanned'
Then the twin-engine was no longer the aerial creature which had swanned over mountains, but a kind of mad car, bumping over grit.SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2004)
announced Denise to the empty room as she swanned in, dolled up to the nines in the dress she had worn to the ball last year.PS, I LOVE YOU (2004)
The car dumped in the pound after Johnson and the local plod and half the kids in Sussex had swanned all over it.DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION (2004)
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