- controlling influence
- Nothing could sway his conviction.
- Tall buildings may sway in a strong wind.
- Though he is no longer president, he still holds considerable sway among the political elite.
- From the time he got up, his beliefs began to sway.
- The sway of alcohol over mankind is unquestionably due to its power to stimulate the mystical faculties of human nature.
- In truth, a man who renders everyone their due because he fears the gallows, acts under the sway and compulsion of others, and cannot be called just. But a man who does the same from a knowledge of the true reason for laws and their necessity, acts from a firm purpose and of his own accord, and is therefore properly called just.
- Vehicle and pantograph sway interfaces with the Infrastructure subsystem.
- The geometry of the pantograph head is also fundamental to assure good interaction with the overhead contact line, taking into account vehicle sway.