Adjective. The brilliant and unqie marriage of the derivitive words 'sweet' and 'sick' used to describe something (ranging from a persons, situation, event, etc) that is pleasant, delightful, awesome and generally both 'sick' and 'sweet'.
That movie last night was pretty swick. OR Its such a swick day today.
by bobandfrancine September 03, 2010
a mix of the words "sweet" and "sick". it is double as powerful as the words seperately.
Dude those shoes are so swick
by Chris February 03, 2005
A combination of the words SWAG and SICK to create a superior word for both
"Did he just do that?!"
"Yes he did..."
That was SWICK!"
by Squidy100 January 20, 2015
the meaning of sweet and sick combined.

swickest; swicker
Foyle is the swickest chic ever
by NYyanks May 15, 2005
The words sweet and sick met together one day, and had a baby named "swick".
guy 1 : I just got layed.
guy 2 : Bro thats so swick !
by paullyb October 02, 2010
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