sway in Oekraïens
v. коливатися, гойдати, впливати, колихатися, мантиляти, мотати, похитнути, рядити, хитати, хитатися
“But the trunks?” gasped Passepartout, who was unconsciously swaying his head from right to left.
Cedric again saw the large open spaces covered with ferns, and those where the bluebells swayed in the breeze.
There is one at the end of the straw; it trembles, swaying to the will of the wind.
Up until now, the gentleman’s money had always had sway over every obstacle. This time, money had failed.
The arrow flew swaying in the air instead, and all of sudden a single, abrupt, hard sound could be heard.
And it was not an easy matter, either, to hold himself secure on the slippery back, between two swaying wings.
As his pointed fingers touched it, it dropped the white scurf of crinkled lids over black, glasslike eyes and began to sway backwards and forwards.
At the end of the hall hung a tattered green curtain that swayed and shook in the gusty wind which had followed him in from the street.
Her body swayed, while she danced, as a plant sways in the water.
The almost upright small ostrich feather in her hat, which had irritated Mr. Samsa during her entire service, swayed lightly in all directions.
1. fluctuate: oscillate, vacillate, wave, swing, bend, incline, lean
2. authority: mastery, power, influence, predominance, control, dominion, government
3. govern: rule, control, direct, reign, dominate, prevail, influence