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Use "swanking" in a sentence
"People bought his portraits in their thousands, gluing them into albums alongside friends and acquaintances, swanking about who they knew."
"To me this is hugely significant as is the presence of glorious Totty swanking around the place (Boris said he knew Labour were going to win when he saw the standard of totty at their conference in 97)."
"What the Voice of the People is saying is: 'Look at that frightful ass Spode swanking about in footer bags!"