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Scientific wild-ass guess SWAG is an American English slang term meaning a rough estimate made by an expert in the field, based on experience and intuition. It is similar to the slang word guesstimate , a portmanteau of guess and estimate. Westmoreland would sometimes reply "SWAG" to reporters' questions about American failure to neutralize the enemy. On the witness stand, Stewart explained that in Vietnam, the military intelligence branch that he commanded would deliver numbers of enemy strength to Westmoreland, the numbers derived from "the SWAG principle". An earlier use of term is mentioned by linguist J. Robert Dumouchel who wrote the book, Dictionary of Development Terminology. Regardless of its origin, the term gained greater prominence in the first half of in connection with the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. Reporter John F. Harris of the Washington Post was the first person to put the term into a newspaper article.
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