SWILL, verb transitive
1. To drink grossly or greedily; as, to swill down great quantities of liquors.
2. To wash; to drench.
3. To inebriate; to swell with fullness.
I should be loth
To meet the rudeness and swill'd insolence
Of such late wassailers.
SWILL, noun Large draughts of liquor; or drink taken in excessive quantities.
1. The wash or mixture of liquid substances, given to swine; called in some places swillings.