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swag
 n.— «“I missed those two free throws, but I’m coming back, 15 pounds heavier, with my swag, because I just won the national championship.”…He was a lanky 6-11, 212-pound pogo stick with not much game and less “swag,” street lingo for swagger.» —“Noah May Work On NBA Swagger” by Lenn Robbins N.Y. Post Apr. 5, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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