- n the movement or sound of water
the swash of waves on the beach
- v make violent, noisy movements
- v dash a liquid upon or against
- v show off
- v act in an arrogant, overly self-assured, or conceited manner
- But that doesn't make this biography any less swash-bucklingly gripping.
- A swash buckling world traveler and a columnist for France's moderately conservative Le Figaro, he prefaces his book by insisting that it is "no wild-eyed dream," then drives .
- At Newport, some terrible trials for Terrible Ted At the helm of Courageous he still cuts a dashing Errol Flynn figure, but some of the old swash has gone out of his buckle.
News & Articles
- KGB, Meet NSA
I’ve always been a sucker for spy novels. Give me some intrepid Brit or American buckling swash (secretly) in some Commie totalitarian cesspool, and I’m good, especially if KGB blood spills. So I was in the library looking for another good spy read when “The Way of the Knife” caught my eye. But it’s nonfiction … written about the CIA’s role in the Global War on Terror by Mark Mazzetti of the New ...
June 19, 2013 - Flathead Beacon
- Swash and Learn: Alum ad agency blends business and pleasure
Tyler Owens/Senior Staff Writer Josh Berthume, CEO and creative director of local advertising agency Swash Labs, attempts to vacuum dog hair off his futon in his office in a two-story house on University Drive. The vacuum blows a fuse in the house and he laughingly rattles off swear words, deciding to just sit down and [...]
June 14, 2013 - North Texas Daily
- Richard Todd in DigitalJournal.com
Making light of some of his roles such as Robin Hood and Rob Roy,Todd said, "My image was all daring deeds, until my swash began to buckle a bit."