Swathed vs Swatched - What's the difference?
As verbs the difference between swathed and swatched
is that swathed
) while swatched
A bandage; a band;
(chiefly, British, usually in plural) A group of people.
* 2012 , The Economist, Sep 29th 2012 issue,
- Large swathes will be affected by the tax increase.
Venezuela’s presidential election: The autocrat and the ballot box
- As well as the advantages of abused office, Mr Chávez can boast enduring popularity among a broad swathe of poorer Venezuelans. They like him for his charisma, humble background and demotic speech.
, date=October 23
, author=Phil McNulty
, title=Man Utd 1 - 6 Man City
, work=BBC Sport
, passage=United's stature is such that one result must not bring the immediate announcement of a shift in the balance of power in Manchester - but the swathes
of empty seats around Old Trafford and the wave of attacks pouring towards David de Gea's goal in the second half emphasised that City quite simply have greater firepower and talent in their squad at present.}}
To bind with a swathe, band, bandage, or rollers.
* Archbishop Abbot
* 1898 , , (Moonfleet) Chapter 4
- Their children are never swathed or bound about with anything when they are first born.
- The head was swathed in linen bands that had been white, but were now stained and discoloured with damp, but of this I shall not speak more, and beneath the chin-cloth the beard had once escaped.
A piece, pattern, or sample, generally of cloth or a similar material.
- He held a swatch of the wallpaper up to see if the colors would match the room.
To create a swatch.
- Swatching is important in knitting to obtain the correct gauge.