Associations to the word «Swimming»
SWIMMING, verb. Present participle of swim
SWIMMING, noun. The action of the verb "to swim".
SWIMMING, noun. The activity of moving oneself through water using one's arms and legs while buoyed up by the water, carried out by humans for amusement, exercise, sport or entertainment.
SWIMMING BELL, noun. The bell-shaped part of a jellyfish (and similar organism) that generates locomotion by pulsating
SWIMMING COSTUME, noun. (British) the garments that one wears when bathing in the sea or a swimming pool, especially the one-piece garment worn by women and girls.
SWIMMING COSTUMES, noun. Plural of swimming costume
SWIMMING CRAB, noun. Any of many marine crabs of the family Portunidae, whose hindmost legs are flattened into paddles.
SWIMMING CRABS, noun. Plural of swimming crab
SWIMMING GOGGLES, noun. Goggles to protect the eyes from material in the water, while swimming.
SWIMMING HOLE, noun. (chiefly AU) (NZ) An area for swimming in a stream or river.
SWIMMING HOLES, noun. Plural of swimming hole
SWIMMING POOL, noun. A pool of water used for swimming, usually one which has been artificially constructed.
SWIMMING POOLS, noun. Plural of swimming pool
SWIMMING SHORTS, noun. A pair of shorts worn for swimming or bathing.
SWIMMING TRUNKS, noun. A pair of shorts or briefs worn for swimming or bathing.
SWIMMING UPSTREAM, verb. Present participle of swim upstream
SWIMMING, noun. The act of swimming; "it was the swimming they enjoyed most": "they took a short swim in the pool".
SWIMMING, adjective. Filled or brimming with tears; "swimming eyes"; "sorrow made the eyes of many grow liquid".
SWIMMING, adjective. Applied to a fish depicted horizontally.
The chief difference between words and deeds is that words are always intended for men for their approbation, but deeds can be done only for God.