Definition of swole in US English:

swole

(also swoll)

verb

  • ‘his little foot swole and swole tell his little toes stuck out’
    US dialect form of swollen or swelled (see swell)
    ‘in between he done swole up like a bunch of fire ants bit him’
    • ‘So here's how your bankroll gonna get swole by playing Daily Fantasy on DraftKings for 2015 Fantasy Baseball.’
    • ‘My red oak 3/8 hardwood swole when the summer started and all the floor was in hills.’
    • ‘Apparently winning a national championship, with top tier teammates, swole his ego up a little.’
    • ‘Dude has a busted up swoll red and bruised face.’
    • ‘In the end it doesn't matter who you or I vote for because our votes don't matter, we just keep their pockets swole.’
    • ‘Yeah he will really hammer him next time, he showed that by losing 11 out of 12 rounds and getting his face all swole up.’
    • ‘In between he done swole up like a bunch of fire ants bit him, but he's better now, and we shan't talk about that.’
    • ‘His head's so swole from people claiming he's one of the greatest that he's forgot his roots.’
    • ‘I couldn't walk because my legs was all swoll up.’

adjective

informal
  • (especially of a man) extremely muscular.

    ‘if you're swole you'll look good in anything’
    ‘this guy is pretty swoll’
    ‘getting those swole arms doesn't have to be the impossible task that everyone thinks it is’
    • ‘I think you need to go back to the gym brah, you're lookin a little less swoll these days.’
    • ‘She doesn't care that I'm swole, never even says anything about my physique.’
    • ‘He's on Instagram posting before and after pictures talking about how swole he got.’
    • ‘Everybody wants to be swole (well, at least me and my gym buddies).’
    • ‘The animal looks to be around 2 metres tall and could weigh up to 95 kilograms - in other words, this guy is super swoll.’
    • ‘There's a lot of talk in the media about him being pretty swoll.’
    • ‘But in general, strength training doesn't make women swoll the way it does men.’
    • ‘He does the same things every day; work out, eat, work out, eat, stare at his swole muscles in the mirror for 15 minutes.’
    • ‘Saw an old guy at work today looking real swole up top but had the biggest pot belly.’
    • ‘So what makes our muscles appear deflated and lose that swole appearance?’

Pronunciation

swole

/swōl//swoʊl/