Examples of swatch in a Sentence
She looked at fabric swatches to select material for the drapes.
Recent Examples of swatch from the Web
Suffice to say, that curriculum covers a wide swatch of human endeavor.
The dining room is as colorful as the food itself, thanks to a bold yellow paint job with swatches of green, blue and red.
The school draws students from a wide swatch of the metro area.
The foundation was busted up and hauled off long ago, but there are still a few shards of lumber, swatches of insulation, and a ten-foot section of an oak tree—
Almost any body fluid will fluoresce at 454 nanometers, but in this case the fluid is semen—though not from the original crime; that was all removed in swatches for evidence.
In other words, there were clear signals that a wide swatch of people feel K-12 spending is important.
This summer, the Gemeentemuseum, decked out in swatches of Mondrian hues, will display its cache for the first time, spotlighting more than 300 works representing every stage in the artist’s extensive career.
On Twitter, Jeffree posted swatches of her three new Lip Kits and their names – Grape Soda, Poison Berry, and Strawberry Cream.
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Origin and Etymology of swatch
First Known Use: 1647See Words from the same year
SWATCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of swatch for English Language Learners
: a small piece of cloth that is used as a sample for choosing colors, fabrics, etc.
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