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sway

[swā]
(naval architecture)
Lateral movement of the center of gravity of a ship.

sway

In thatched roof construction, one of the small willow or hazelwood rods laid at right angles to the thatching to hold it down.
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To succeed in the next election cycle and maximize reach among the dwindling supply of swayable voters who will decide outcomes, political campaigns must leave as few voters out of their planning as possible by taking advantage of other media channels as a way to reach voters.