Words and Phrases
swash

“swash”

Meaning:

properly; correctly

In Literature:

Excerpt from Lines, wherein Young Jonney praises his cousin Molly by Robert Dinsmoor

She is a bonny lass indeed
an’s come o’ a right honest breed
an’ weel she can baith write an’ read -
an’ speaks right swash

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