Noun(1) stately heavy-bodied aquatic bird with very long neck and usually white plumage as adult
Verb(1) to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true(2) move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment(3) sweep majestically
(1) The whole morning passed quickly as we killed three wild ducks, one swan and one guinea fowl.(2) Lead poisoning has long been a problem for this species, because ingesting only a few lead pellets can kill a swan .(3) To appreciate a swan spectacular on a grand sale, visit the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust's Welney reserve.(4) You went from having jet-set stars like PelÔö£┬«, Beckenbauer and Best swanning around to a system that would have at best been described as semi-professional.(5) With her swanlike neck and 20-inch waist, Hepburn certainly inspired generations of women with her sleek, virtually unadorned style, consisting of black polo-necks, narrow capri pants, flat pumps and a slick flick of eyeliner.(6) Between March and September the rare osprey visits and there are duck, geese, swans , grouse, herons and buzzards.(7) These people who work for the national health are there because they care about you and me over swanning around in private care patching up the middle classes after a golfing accident.(8) The canal is a breeding ground for swans , geese, moorhens and other wildlife.(9) At center stage an acoustic guitar lay face down with careful incisions evenly spaced along the back of its neck, so that it arched up and backward, swanlike .(10) It's all very well for him to come swanning up here from London and perpetuate the image but we have to pick up the pieces.(11) Only during the last two years of our study did swans tend to feed outside of the study area along the shallower northern rim of the marsh.(12) Quill pens were generally cut from the outer hollow wing feathers of swans or geese but feathers from eagles, crows, and turkeys were also found to be suitable.(13) Now we move over to the Hoyland house, where Kayla is swanning around the living room looking like she's instantly been transformed back to her pre-baby figure.(14) The north Kent marshes, which run from Gravesend to Whitstable, are a home and breeding ground for ducks, geese, swans and waders.(15) Most ducks are sexually mature at one or two years of age, whereas geese and swans may mature at five years.(16) In the summer season, swans and sandhill cranes flock to the province by the millions.