Swedged vs Swedge - What's the difference?

swedged | swedge |


As verbs the difference between swedged and swedge

is that swedged is (swedge) while swedge is to shape metal using a hammer or other force.

As a noun swedge is

a tool (originally a bevelled chisel) for making grooves in horseshoes.

swedged

English

Verb

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  • (swedge)

  • swedge

    English

    Noun

  • A tool (originally a bevelled chisel) for making grooves in horseshoes.
  • (Scotland, slang, uncountable) The drug MDMA.
  • Verb

  • To shape metal using a hammer or other force.
  • (colloquial) To leave (a restaurant etc.) without paying.
  • To fold under or round an object.
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    swedge

    English

    Noun

  • A tool (originally a bevelled chisel) for making grooves in horseshoes.
  • (Scotland, slang, uncountable) The drug MDMA.
  • Verb

  • To shape metal using a hammer or other force.
  • (colloquial) To leave (a restaurant etc.) without paying.
  • To fold under or round an object.
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  • Anagrams

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