Insurance company greed: " Millions Spent to sway Democrats on Health Care"
However, facts never seem to sway pageant naysayers from their point.
You have public opinion to sway, and signs say the only way to do so is through grassroots action.
Did you feel like you were starting to sway from side to side or spin around in a circle?
The media mogul has used cold cash to sway politicians and lobby regulators.
Would England and the world be better off under the sway of medieval religion than under the influence of modern Protestantism?
From them dates the sway of Aristotle throughout the middle ages.
With its passing from before his eyes, his intellect resumed its sway, and he weighed events by that nicely adjusted balance.
But the Field of poppies and daisies begins to sway as under a gale.
The sound of the blow, which echoed dully through the building, died away, and the old silence resumed its sway.
c.1300, "to go, glide, move," probably from Old Norse sveigja "to bend, swing, give way," from Proto-Germanic *swaigijanan and related to swag (v.) and swing. The sense of "swing, wave, waver" is first recorded c.1500. Related: Swayed; swaying. The noun meaning "controlling influence" (to be under the sway of) is 1510s, from a transitive sense of the verb in Dutch and other languages. The verb in this sense is recorded in English from 1590s.