- v. Simple past tense and past participle of air-guitar.
“Last year, it occurred in Davis Guggenheim's documentary It Might Get Loud, when Jimmy Page air-guitared to his own old 45 of Link Wray's "Rumble.”
“And c'mon, how cool would the world be if we all air-guitared one another instead of shooting and blowing one another up?”
“Think about it, how many times have you heard "Sultans of Swing" on the radio, and air-guitared along every time?”
“Terrill came away with the ball, scored and, true to his musical nature, air-guitared in celebration of his first NFL touchdown.”
“• booty of is shaken and "Wild Thing" is lip-synched and air-guitared to by, after which daughter of urges viewers to repeatedly vote for "to keep him on the show that he's enjoying so much!”
“I must've air-guitared the bass line to that tune a hundred times before I got up the nerve to audition. big daddy d: still can't beat the andrew, spaly, jolin "Peace o ... big daddy d: good room sound. would you play their again? big daddy d: hey he's driving on the wrong side of the road. joel d canfield: I'm still getting tons of mileage out of 'Love My ...”
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