- Guitarist McGarvey sways backwards and forwards on his wah-wah pedal as the nine-piece band with full horn section segues seamlessly from Shaft to Bullitt.
- When the length of the sentence was then announced, Coltman appeared visibly stunned, swaying backwards and forwards.
- The lanterns were loosely hanging on strings through the cherry trees, slowly swaying in the gentle breeze.
- The trouble is a strong leader with persuasive oratory can easily sway simple folk who have little ability or even inclination to make up their own minds on issues.
- At the age she was then, she was easily swayed in one direction or another and Mr Jones was a cinch.
- Consequently, if you are easily swayed, then never try to engage in polite conversation but hang up the phone immediately.
- His rhythmic sway and conservative movements reflect his roots-based origins.
- I could feel every sway of Will's hips, and every suggestive movement he made with his feet.
- The breeze whipped through the room and made fire sway side to side over splintered wood as it shrieked and sweltered, then fell.
- Antioch held Edessa and Tripoli under its sway and was ruled by Normans.
- What gives him the right to hold so much sway and power over Montserrat and the lives of Montserratians?
- By 1018, the whole of Bulgaria had fallen once more under the sway of Byzantine rule.
- Have great power or influence over a particular person, place, or domain: they had held sway in France for a quarter of a century such arguments would not hold sway in a universityMás ejemplos en oraciones
hold power, wield power, exercise power, rule, be most powerful, be in power, be in control, predominate, have the ascendancy, have the greatest influence, have the upper hand, have the edge, have/hold the whip handinformal run the show, be in the driving seat, be in the saddle
- Not only does this oligarchy of permanent interests (or call it ‘elite consensus’) control all levers of power, it also holds sway over the country's resources.
- Andalucia is a traditional, rural society where, despite all evidence of macho posturing, the power of the matriarch holds sway.
- Ultimately, it is because the influences holding sway are far deeper than simply editorial decisions about how journalists cover particular stories.
Middle English: corresponding in sense to Low German swājen 'be blown to and fro' and Dutch zwaaien 'swing, walk in a tottering way'.
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