a combination of the words sweet and sick used to express feelings of much excitment or approval
dawg that ride is swick wit those phat bumpin subs
sweet and sick combined
katie foyle is wicked swick!
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.
a mix of the words "sweet" and "sick". it is double as powerful as the words seperately.
Dude those shoes are so swick
the meaning of sweet and sick combined.
Foyle is the swickest chic ever
A combination of the words sweet
. Occasionally used by mistake in a mid-word attempt to change word selection, but more commonly used as one of the swickest words known to man.
1. St. Stephen's Camp at the Diakonia Center in South Carolina is so swick.
2. In fact, that's the place where the word swick came about.
3. Its' inventor, Elizabeth Poulos, is also incredibly swick.
A mixture between sweet and sick to make a greater emphasis on something awesome.
Tonight is going to be swick.
Its so hot oustide i have a swick