- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wield.
“Because the influence that it wields is disproportionate to the amount that it invests, IFC represents an important target for civil society advocacy to not only strengthen social and environmental requirements in IFC's own projects, but also potentially to a host of private banks and across the industries in which it invests.”
“I do not want the fate of my nation being decided by this theoretical governor, using the power he wields from the State of Florida, to negatively impact the citizens of the State of Illinois.”
“The amount of information that he wields is extraordinary, and never has he written better.”
“A person's name wields an incredible amount of power.”
“These were the chants of eternal peace, songs lifted to E'li, whom they named Paladine in Istar, to Quenesti-Pah, to Majere the Master of the Mind, to Kiri-Jolith whose sword wields only justice.”
Dalamar the Dark
“All you know is that Aya, a Japanese cowgirl in a bikini who wears a scarf and wields a katana, and her little sister Saki, both of whom struggle against a cursed bloodline that threatens to overpower them, have taken it upon themselves to deal with an undead horde.”
“On the Romulan drill, he wields a katana which unfolds.”
“A child having a knife (whether or not he "wields" it), on a school bus, damaging property, is, to me, by definition "upsetting".”
“Dictionary. com defines "wields," the verb used in the headline, as: "1.”
“For all the hand-wringing about America's waning influence around the world, it still wields a lot of influence around the world (profound, huh?).”
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