What does "swindled" mean in this sentence?
Find the section where Stuart imagines being in the canoe with Harriet. E. B. White writes, "With his eyes shut he seemed to see the whole occasion plainly — how she would look when she came down he path to the water, how calm and peaceful the river was going to be in the twilight, how graceful the canoe would seem, drawn up on the shore."
What does "plainly" mean in this sentence?