swinging - Writers' Dictionary

How to hyphenate swinging

swinging is hyphenated as swing-ing

How to pronounce swinging

swinging is pronounced ´s wɪŋēːŋ

Number of syllables in swinging

The number of syllables in swinging is 2

What part of speech in swinging?

swinging is a verb participle

How common in the word swinging?

swinging is not ranked in the list of most common words in English

What sentiment does swinging convey?

not ranked

Common collocations after 'swinging'

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Common collocations before 'swinging'

arm, back, came, door, down, front, hand, head, like, man, open, push, start, through, way

Common collocations of 'swinging'

arm, away, back, before, behind, big, came, door, down, feet, front, hand, head, just, like, man, now, off, open, over, push, right, sat, saw, start, through, time, turn, two, way

Words with similar spelling to swinging


Common Noun Collocations of swinging

air, arm, bridge, bucket, club, danger, door, end, foot, front, gait, gate, hand, head, house, lamp, lantern, leg, man, motion, pair, pendulum, ship, side, stride, table, tail, tree, way, wind

Common Verb Collocations of swinging

be, begin, branch, climb, come, disappear, do, face, fall, go, have, jump, keep, lead, leave, open, push, say, see, set, shout, shut, side, sit, slide, start, sway, walk, watch, 's

Common Adjective Collocations of swinging

bare, double, dumb, empty, extreme, free, front, great, heavy, high, idle, leave, little, long, loose, low, mid, old, open, opposite, other, over, poor, right, round, same, slow, small, such, wide

Common Adverb Collocations of swinging

again, around, as, away, back, backward, down, ever, far, forth, forward, freely, fro, gently, just, much, never, not, now, round, slowly, so, there, too, up, when, where, loosely, violently, wildly

Common Conjunction Collocations of swinging

and, but, or, overhand