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188 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[swˈe͡ɪz], [swˈe‍ɪz], [s_w_ˈeɪ_z]
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Synonyms for Sways:

coaxes (verb) commands (verb) hangs (verb) influences (verb) oscillates (verb) persuades (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Sways:

  • swils,
  • salways,
  • swazye,
  • sewice,
  • swaroski,
  • swors,
  • wawas,
  • weays,
  • slways,
  • xrays,
  • sayz,
  • sayis,
  • sayds,
  • hghways,
  • mayways,
  • swals,
  • sweaves,
  • nyways,
  • lways,
  • aways,
  • wsays,
  • swasika,
  • wasys,
  • swayd,
  • swarl,
  • sidways,
  • swayes,
  • swasea,
  • asways,
  • swas,
  • theways,
  • saays,
  • swey,
  • swayze,
  • awasy,
  • wayse,
  • searys,
  • swayzee,
  • swiis,
  • swalo,
  • laways,
  • swaybar,
  • aiways,
  • sayas,
  • ssays,
  • swair,
  • suway,
  • thiswas,
  • swares,
  • swars,
  • sauys,
  • segways,
  • swams,
  • swaks,
  • swaze,
  • sawhis,
  • wayz,
  • sasys,
  • saiys,
  • sdays,
  • sirways,
  • sawps,
  • salwars,
  • seays,
  • thurways,
  • sayes,
  • wayss,
  • sweaps,
  • swazey,
  • hwais,
  • sewars,
  • hersweys,
  • seahwaks,
  • seasy,
  • llways,
  • ayways,
  • h'ways,
  • passaways,
  • starways,
  • saway,
  • iswas,
  • qwas,
  • vwas,
  • waswas,
  • xray's.

Rhymes for Sways:

  1. berets, days, hayes, dais, phrase, plays, conveys, essays, cliches, decays, glaze, displays, haze, slays, prays, surveys, pays, repays, graze, weighs, maze, caches, dismays, lays, phase, res, defrays, faze, portrays, raze, lyonnaise, craze, baize, bouquets, malaise, braise, raise, daze, delays, ways, sprays, chaise, hays, obeys, bays, gaze, strays, trays, rephrase, polonaise, praise, blase, stays, jays, rase, blaze, brays, betrays, maize, mays;
  2. amaze, ballets, allays, ablaze, arrays, appraise;
  3. urokinase;

Quotes for Sways:

  1. Nothing sways the stupid more than arguments they can't understand. Cardinal De Retz.
  2. Life has loveliness to sell, all beautiful and splendid things, blue waves whitened on a cliff, soaring fire that sways and sings, and children's faces looking up, holding wonder like a cup. Sara Teasdale.
  3. You may choose your words like a connoisseur, And polish it up with art, But the word that sways and stirs, and stays, Is the word that comes from the heart. Ella Wheeler Wilcox.

Adjectives for Sways:

  • long and tough,
  • human female,
  • omnibus,
  • unconscious,
  • tough,
  • modest,
  • female,
  • canting,
  • dizzying,
  • compulsory,
  • sexy,
  • humorous,
  • fortunate,
  • uncertain,
  • triumphant,
  • top,
  • violent,
  • metal,
  • current,
  • male,
  • deep,
  • long,
  • ripe cherry,
  • cherry,
  • animal,
  • coral,
  • crystal,
  • present.
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