Words that Rhyme with sway
1 Syllable Words
a, a., ae, ay, bay, baye, bayh, bey, blay, bley, brae, bray, brey, c'est, cay, che, clay, cray, dae, day, daye, de, dey, dray, drey, fay, faye, fe, fey, flay, fray, frey, gay, gaye, gray, graye, grey, guay, gway, haigh, hay, haye, hey, hwe, j, j., jae, jay, jaye, k, k., kay, kaye, khe, klay, kley, kray, krey, lait, lay, laye, lei, ley, leyh, mae, may, maye, mei, mey, nay, ne, nej, ney, pay, paye, pei, play, pray, prey, quai, quay, quaye, rae, ray, raye, re, reay, rey, say, saye, schey, schley, se, seay, shay, shea, slay, sleigh, smay, snay, spey, spray, stay, stray, strey, sze, tae, tay, they, tray, trey, vey, way, waye, wei, weigh, wey, whey, wray, wy, yay, yea
2 Syllable Words
abbe, aday, aggrey, aigner, airway, allais, allay, allday, amway, andre, andrei, andrzej, anway, archway, array, asay, ashtray, astray, ave, away, b'nai, b-j, ballet, banpais, barclay, beauvais, beltway, benway, bernay, betray, birthday, bluejay, bombay, boulais, boulay, bouquet, bouygues, bradway, breezeway, broadway, brockway, buffet, bushway, byway, ca, cache, cafe, calais, callais, calvey, carre, cashway, cathay, causeway, chalet, ciskei, cliche, coday, convey, conway, corday, cordray, crochet, croquet, d'orsay, da, daiei, dalai, decay, defray, dekay, delay, delray, devey, dilday, dismay, display, dk, dolce, donais, doomsday, doorway, dorais, dossier, dovey, downplay, driveway, duarte, dubray, dumais, dunlay, dupay, edgeway, ek, elway, entree, essay, fairway, fellsway, fenway, filet, fillet, flyway, folkway, foodway, foreplay, francais, freeway, freightway, friday, fuente, ga, gadway, gainsay, galle, gallway, gateway, gerais, gervais, gilday, gourmet, grandpre, greenway, grindlay, gway, gyosai, ha, hairspray, halfway, hallway, hanway, hardway, headway, hearsay, hefei, hervey, hevey, heyday, highway, hiway, hobday, hongwei, hooray, horseplay, huntway, hurray, hyundai, ilhae, imlay, inlay, isay, jakeway, jamesway, janeway, jaquay, jose, jouret, juday, kamei, keisei, kenway, kilday, kukje, laissez, landay, langlais, lashway, latte, leaseway, leeway, levey, loveday, lunday, lurvey, lyday, mackay, macknay, maclay, macrae, madre, mainstay, maltais, manet, marais, marquai, mcbay, mccay, mcclay, mccrae, mccray, mccrea, mcgray, mckay, mclay, mcnay, mcquay, mcrae, mcray, mcshea, mcstay, mcvay, mcveigh, mcvey, melee, midday, midway, millay, mobay, monday, monet, morais, moray, moutray, mulvey, munday, newsday, niday, nihei, nikkei, nisei, nissei, northway, norway, o'dea, o'shea, obey, ohmae, oj, ok, okay, olay, ole, orsay, outlay, outweigh, paceway, padre, palais, palay, pandey, parkway, parquet, passe, pathway, payday, per-se, pettway, petway, pevey, placeway, pohnpei, poitier, porcher, portray, prepay, preway, puree, purvey, queensway, raceway, rahway, railway, ramsay, reggae, relay, relyea, rene, renee, repay, replay, resnais, ridgeway, ridgway, risque, roadway, rodeway, runway, safeway, saute, screenplay, seaway, selway, sergei, servais, sevey, shinsei, shumway, sinay, skyway, sochet, softkey, soiree, someday, sorbet, souffle, southway, speedway, spillway, stairway, stanway, steinway, stupay, sub-way, subway, sunday, survey, svoray, swordplay, taipei, taisei, takei, throughway, thruway, thursday, today, toray, torme, toupee, transkei, transway, treadway, tredway, tuesday, turvey, vadnais, valet, voisey, wah-pei, walkway, waylay, wednesday, weekday, westbay, workday, x-ray, yohe, yohei, yonsei, yunde, zalay, zewe
3 Syllable Words
aaa, accuray, afsane, aka, alexei, alleyway, alloway, antigay, anyway, attache, ballantrae, beaujolais, bonifay, bouvier, breakaway, broadaway, bta, bua, cabaret, cabernet, calloway, caloway, canaday, cannaday, caraway, carraway, cassaday, castaway, cea, chevrolet, connaway, dak, davide, deseret, disarray, disobey, divorcee, dominee, donaway, dossier, doubleday, dunaway, dunlavey, easterday, ekk, ellamay, emigre, enrile, everyday, expressway, faberge, faraday, faraway, fediay, fiance, gallaway, galloway, garroway, gasaway, getaway, giveaway, golladay, greenaway, gudelay, halladay, halliday, halloway, hamadei, hardaway, hataway, hathaway, hemenway, hemingway, hideaway, hockaday, holdaway, holiday, holladay, holliday, holloway, hornaday, huckabay, infante, interplay, intraday, ira, ita, jna, jonbenet, kahane, kanade, kawate, kkk, kokate, kootenay, kouyate, la-carre, lanoue, laraway, latanze, lingerie, lyonnais, macrame, mandalay, mangope, matinee, mcelyea, mcgarvey, mckelvey, meservey, mfume, montenay, monterey, monterrey, newgateway, nicolay, nowaday, oglebay, overbay, overlay, overpay, overplay, overstay, paraguay, passageway, perrier, piaget, pinochet, protege, puttenbay, rabalais, redisplay, resume, ricaurte, ricochet, riverway, rockaway, runaway, ryohei, santa-fe, saturday, schlumberger, sobriquet, solloway, soloway, sosuke, sta, straightaway, tanqueray, throwaway, touvier, travelday, treadaway, underpay, underplay, underway, uruguay, usa, uva, vertebrae, waertsilae, waterway, workaday, yesterday
4 Syllable Words
asea, buga, cabriolet, ceta, cluj, communique, companionway, compusa, electrospray, foia, hiaa, l'espalier, liotier, mcconahay, naivete, noaa, olivier, piscataway, societe, superhighway, velagrande, yakutakay, yamatake, zepa
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Definitions of sway
v. i. To move or wield with the hand; to swing; to wield; as, to sway the scepter.
v. i. To influence or direct by power and authority; by persuasion, or by moral force; to rule; to govern; to guide.
v. i. To cause to incline or swing to one side, or backward and forward; to bias; to turn; to bend; warp; as, reeds swayed by wind; judgment swayed by passion.
v. i. To hoist; as, to sway up the yards.
v. i. To be drawn to one side by weight or influence; to lean; to incline.
v. i. To move or swing from side to side; or backward and forward.
v. i. To have weight or influence.
v. i. To bear sway; to rule; to govern.
n. The act of swaying; a swaying motion; the swing or sweep of a weapon.
n. Influence, weight, or authority that inclines to one side; as, the sway of desires.
n. Preponderance; turn or cast of balance.
n. Rule; dominion; control.
n. A switch or rod used by thatchers to bind their work.