:: pause here to run around screaming hysterically for a few minutes ::
Moderators, if you can make up an alternative set of words that gets the meaning across, be my guest (and delete this paragraph ;))
By way of comparison-checking, I stopped by bing and searched for the single word "swagrat". First 10 results:
Jimmy Swaggart (accompanied by list of related searces, all involving "swaggart")
... and so on. Bottom of page says "Some results have been removed". Those were probably the correctly spelled ones. (I'm not being satirical; it goes with the meaning of the term.)
Tried putting the search term in quotation marks, which normally works in That Other Search Engine. No change.
Mind-bogglingly, the said Other Search Engine gets it right-- with one difference. Their results include forms with the word bisected ("swag rat"). Bing sticks to single words-- but not necessarily the word I typed. And I'm ### if I can find a way to say "Look, when I said nnn I meant nnn, not mmm or nmn or nnnn".
:: further screams of rage and frustration ::