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Definition of Swayed

  1. The past tense and past participle of Sway
  2. adjective Bent down, and hollow in the back; sway-backed; -- said of a horse.


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Swayed - words with similar meaning

  • Unswayable adjective Not capable of being swayed.

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Swayed | Define Swayed at Dictionary.com

adjective Veterinary Pathology . swaybacked. Origin: 1570–80; sway + -ed 2 Related forms un·swayed, adjective

What Issues Swayed Alabama, Mississippi Voters? - Yahoo! News

From Yahoo! News: Social Security? Jobs? Afghanistan? Just plain beating Barack Obama in November? What is the one single issue that is swaying some voters?

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Newt Supporters Aren't Swayed - The Rush Limbaugh Show

RUSH: The perception is that everybody in Washington is literally trying to take him out, and the Newtsters are saying,

SNYDER: Don't be swayed by Redskins' scoring surge ...

That certainly was fun, way more entertaining (and competitive) than anyone imagined. Too bad the Washington Redskins can't play New England every week.

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Selectors can't get swayed by big names, says Greg Chappell ...

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Ads and Debates Swayed Florida Voters, Exit Polls Find - ABC News

Preliminary exit poll results from the Florida primary indicate that campaign advertising and the presidential debates weighed heavily on voters’ minds as they ...