swayingly
See swayer.

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  • asway — əˈ adjective Etymology: a (I) + sway, v. : swaying buzz of bees in blooms asway G.F.Savage Armstrong * * * asway /ə swāˈ/ adverb Swayingly ORIGIN: ↑a 1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • lurchingly — adverb Etymology: lurching (present participle of lurch) (VI) + ly : in a lurching manner : jerkily, swayingly …   Useful english dictionary

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