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Synonyms for sway

move from side to side

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hold sway

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Synonyms for sway

to move rhythmically back and forth suspended or as if suspended from above

to move back and forth or from side to side, as if about to fall

to have an impact on in a certain way

to exercise the authority of a sovereign

the power to produce an effect by indirect means

the act of exercising controlling power or the condition of being so controlled

Synonyms for sway

controlling influence

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pitching dangerously to one side

move back and forth or sideways

move or walk in a swinging or swaying manner

win approval or support for

cause to move back and forth

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The SWAY Underarm Detox Masque is described as a super-charged charcoal mask armed with the power of pure clay and apple cider vinegar to purify and illuminate underarm skin, while speeding and easing the transition to natural deodorant.
ICC's for all reported variables were deemed moderate to very large (ICC = 0.61-0.90), except for medial-lateral sway velocity on the dominant leg which was classified as small (ICC = 0.41).
Greater body sway in SLEC is demonstrated by all evaluated parameters of postural stability.
This test was performed three times for each side; the mean values of turning time to left and right (second) and turning sway (degree) were assessed.
In connection with the merger, SWAY has been renamed Colony Starwood Homes and will trade under the ticker symbol "SFR" on the New York Stock Exchange effective 6 January 2016.
Differences for SP, RMS of SP, and sway activity (FFT) between the patients and healthy controls were assessed using a univariate ANOVA after a normal distribution of data was confirmed.
Storytelling is an art and now with Sway you have a chance to bring this art alive.
The tech giant has revealed its newest app called Sway, which works for both PC's and mobile devices, including the iPad and iPhones.
Bride and groom: Christopher David Wilkinson, 31, originally from Stockton, and Emily Megan Nicola Lewith, 31, originally from Sway, New Forest, Hampshire.
He took it to some mechanics, who looked underneath and found it to be the rear sway bar.
However, fixed support has been demonstrated to limit postural sway [7-10].
The mulled wine, tasted so sweet, as we watched the sway of dancing feet.
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In the first part, he performed a complex series of maneuvers on something called a "sway pole." This aptly named apparatus was a flexible pole of 100 feet or more in length, planted in the ground but able to sway back and forth in a wide arc while he executed handstands and other acrobatic moves atop it.