A lank tentacular appendage gripped the edge of the cylinder, another swayed
in the air.
The plants formed rows on both sides of the road and from each plant rose a dozen or more of the big broad leaves, which swayed continually from side to side, although no wind was blowing.
Swiftly it enveloped her in its embrace, covering her completely in its thick folds, and then it swayed back upon its stem.
She no more than started, for she swayed
and tottered, and reached her hand weakly out to mine.
The marsh could be recognized by the mist which rose from it, thicker in one place and thinner in another, so that the reeds and willow bushes swayed like islands in this mist.
Laska ran joyfully and anxiously through the slush that swayed under her.
The canoes appeared very black on the white hiss of water; turbaned heads swayed back and forth; a multitude of arms in crimson and yellow rose and fell with one movement; the spearmen upright in the bows of canoes had variegated sarongs and gleaming shoulders like bronze statues; the muttered strophes of the paddlers' song ended periodically in a plaintive shout.
Smoky red flames swayed on high poles, and the fiery blaze flickered over faces, clung to the smooth trunks of palm-trees, kindled bright sparks on the rims of metal dishes standing on fine floor-mats.
It is claimed by one of their number that they were swayed
into voting against a seemingly innocuous house extension in Kings Norton following an impassioned plea from the woman who lives next door.
Summary: Prime Minsiter David Cameron has said Britain will not be swayed
from the mission plan in Afghanistan, despite growing tensions.
Investigators found up to 8,000 were on the suspension bridge at the time, including many from the countryside who did not realise it swayed
with a huge crowd on it.
Those thinking of the past swayed
backward while those thinking about the future moved forward.
Researchers found that a person judged to be female was rated more attractive when she swayed
her hips as she moved, and had a small waist-to-hip ratio.
But its claims have been dismissed as 'pure fantasy' by a Labour MP and an anti-racism activist said people were too 'level-headed' to be swayed
by BNP propaganda.
The lightweight suspension bridge swayed
harmonically and finally broke apart in a 42-mile-per-hour wind in 1940.