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What is the opposite of swish?

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Opposite of fashionably opulent or luxurious
Opposite of elegant and luxurious
Opposite of having an air of class or luxury, especially due to being costly
“We are in a cheap restaurant in a middle-of-nowhere town in Nevada that just happens to have one, unassailable attraction.”
Opposite of sophisticated in a way that is intended to impress
“I just need some plain utensils for everyday use.”
Opposite of very fine in quality
“Remember how poor our wine was, unlike this glorious vintage.”
(of accommodation) Opposite of designed for luxury
“With very little in hand, all she could afford was a cramped motel room just outside the city.”
Opposite of exhibiting behavior or mannerisms considered unmasculine
“His presence and air had the appearance of frankness, ingenuousness, and manly confidence.”
Opposite of a man who is attracted to another person of the same gender
(of leaves or wind) Opposite of a soft rustling or murmuring sound
“Peter heard the sound of that familiar voice, over the crashing of the waves and the howling of the wind.”
Opposite of a soft, muffled crackling sound
Opposite of a dramatic waving or sweeping movement
“The stillness of his hand on the racket was the only sign that the news had affected him.”
Opposite of to flutter or wave around
Opposite of to make, or speak with, a hissing sound
Opposite of to flow (noisily) in a stream
Opposite of to wave (something) about, especially to attract attention
“Previously, men had tarried just long enough to plant the banner of their expedition before retreating from their humbling vantage point.”
Opposite of to move in a twisting or spiraling pattern
(of leaves, wind, or water) Opposite of to make a low soft rustling sound
“He could hear the winds howl as the storm grew with intensity outside.”
Opposite of to move or swing something back and forth, especially a weapon
Opposite of to go or move in an exaggeratedly impatient or angry manner
(of a bird) Opposite of to fly making rhythmic wing movements
“Once it finds the wing of the storm, the eagle will rest its own wings and use the pressure of the rampant storm to soar and glide in the clouds.”
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