Noun : I was in such a swivet that I could hardly speak. From Dictionary.com.
I know, we're getting into a linguistic swivet (ph) here. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Oct 20, 2006] Reference
Gasped Agnes, shocked by the request into an unwanted swivet. From Wordnik.com. [vignette: zombies (for andrew)] Reference
The specter of an Obama presidency has anti-gay forces in a swivet. From Wordnik.com. [Wayne Besen: Palin's All Dressed Up and Plotting] Reference
Did you do that deliberately just to get us cranky old farts all in a swivet?. From Wordnik.com. [BLESS YOU, DAVID!!!.....] Reference
There was very little hoopla in the press last week, and scholarly economics is in something of swivet over the award. From Wordnik.com. [Economic Principals] Reference
When he nodded she told him how it had been-how the Tanu examiner at Castle Gateway had been astonished, then terrified at the result of her mental assay, throwing the entire establishment into a swivet. From Wordnik.com. [The Golden Torc]
Apple censors threads swivet on Wednesday, October 15 2008 @ 12: 20 PM PDT. From Wordnik.com. [MacFixIt] Reference
I'm only surprised that people can still get into a swivet about any depravity taking place in TEc. From Wordnik.com. [Stand Firm] Reference
I have heard of one such domicile on Lohret Road where this Sunday is likely to generate a fabulous swivet. From Wordnik.com. [poststar.com RSS] Reference
It doesn't take much to get John and Ken into a swivet - the radio duo's fan base was built on indignation - but this week. From Wordnik.com. [AroundTheCapitol.com] Reference
People are in a swivet over its ever-more-lax privacy settings, but really, aren't we just hurt because we thought it was our friend. From Wordnik.com. [The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed] Reference
Officials said the evacuations were precautionary but some parents went into a swivet, demanding to know why the schools had not been checked when they were empty. From Wordnik.com. [NYT > Home Page] Reference
That means pretty much everybody, including a bunch of politicians who came to the party very, very late and now are in a professional public swivet that's honing in on you. From Wordnik.com. [Business and financial news - CNNMoney.com] Reference
At the supper table in my boarding-house that evening I found a sickly old Yankee minister loafing in Richmond for his health, in a swivet of excitement about Jasper and his coming oration. From Wordnik.com. [John Jasper: The Unmatched Negro Philosopher and Preacher] Reference
Noemie Emery wrote in The Weekly Standard Refusing to take Ronald Reagan's famous advice -- don't just do something, stand there -- conservative machers are all in a swivet, reading the leaves of the. From Wordnik.com. [Don Singleton] Reference
"I've been in such a swivet" It may not do any good, but at least I can try.". From Wordnik.com. [A Wrinkle in Time]
According to Andrew Morton’s authorized account Monica’s Story, Lewinsky flew into a swivet when she was once stopped at the White House gate on her way to a hoped-for meeting to deliver Christmas gifts to the president. From Wordnik.com. [The Comeback Id] Reference
Yours in a swivet. From Wordnik.com. [The Grammarphobia Blog » Blog Archive » Captious reasoning] Reference
"Got yourself in a rare swivet, have ye no?". From Wordnik.com. [Sick Cycle Carousel] Reference
Thanks for introducing me to the word “swivet.”. From Wordnik.com. [IDiots can't read. - The Panda's Thumb] Reference
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