- People may wield the power in a democracy.
- She wields a lot of influence.
- He decides to wield his pitiful weapon.
- We must learn to wield the weapon of law effectively.
- The trade unions were afraid the government would wield a big stick over them.
- People wonder how long he could wield such heavy broadsword.
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