Swick combines the best features of sweet and sick, so you can easily describe something without using the outdated cool.

It has been rumored that swick includes the word 'slick', but this is entirely false. Swick means only sweet and sick.

Please note, however, that swick cannot be used to describe something sickly sweet. Swick uses the word sick in its contemporary definition, not its literal meaning. The same goes for sweet.

Do not abuse swick.

Swick is your friend. Trust the swick.

A Doric (North-Eastern Scots) term for a cheat or a swindler: "Ye're a richt wee swick!"

Less commonly also used as a verb: "Ye'll nae swick me agane!"

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