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Definition of sway

sway

  • To hit with great force; knock out
    If you don't move, I will be forced to sway you.

    Last edited on Jun 26 1997. Submitted by Mia H. from Hampton, VA, USA on Jun 26 1997.

adjective

  • excellent; amazing.
    Gala was sway during the performance.

    Last edited on Jun 26 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 25 2013.

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