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Swich   Listen
Swich  adj.  Such. (Obs.) "Swich things as that I know I will declare."

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"Swich" Quotes from Famous Books

... there too. they wanted to play lead the old blind horse to water and i was to be the blind horse. they said they had some fun playing it the nite before, that was when they played it on Nibby but i dident know that. Well you blindfole a feller and give him a rope and a swich and the other fellers get on the other end of the rope and the feller nearest you has a bell and rings it and you pull and if you can pull him up to you, you can paist time out of him with your swich, only if you pull off your blindfole all the fellers ...
— The Real Diary of a Real Boy • Henry A. Shute

... bright; So that, with his fair behest,[70] And with his glosing, at lest She granted him to don his will, When he will, loud and still. "Leman," he said, "thou must let be The abbesse thy neice,[71] and go with me; For ich am riche, of swich powere, Ye finde bet than thou hast here." The maiden grant, and to him trist, And stole away, that no man wist; With her took she no thing But her pel and her ring. When the abbess gan aspy That she was with the knight owy,[72] ...
— The Lay of Marie • Matilda Betham

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