Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of sway.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sway.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • McCain sways with the political wind that benefits him and his campain.

    Pelosi blasts, McCain defends Bush comments

  • "sways," dodges that allow fighters to quickly counter-attack.

    Joystiq

  • "sways," dodges that allow fighters to quickly counter-attack.

    Joystiq [Xbox]

  • "sways," dodges that allow fighters to quickly counter-attack.

    Joystiq [PlayStation]

  • "sways," dodges that allow fighters to quickly counter-attack.

    Joystiq

  • "sways," dodges that allow fighters to quickly counter-attack.

    Joystiq [PlayStation]

  • "sways," dodges that allow fighters to quickly counter-attack.

    Joystiq

  • "sways," dodges that allow fighters to quickly counter-attack.

    Joystiq [PlayStation]

  • "sways," dodges that allow fighters to quickly counter-attack.

    Joystiq [PlayStation]

  • A middle-aged woman in a red suit adorned with a plastic button proclaiming “Jesus Loves Me!” offers a twenty-page service bulletin with a glossy purple and gold cover, and greets her fellow church members with a shouted “Welcome!” as she sways and claps to the music.

    American Grace

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