- v. Simple past tense and past participle of curtsey.
“The housekeeper cackled, smoothing a hand down her apron front as she curtseyed them in.”
“They were greeted, curtseyed to and shook hands with each person graciously.”
“She curtseyed to him, holding her skirt out to its full width.”
“The woman, giggling overloudly, turned and curtseyed to the pit.”
“She curtseyed, A bit of Inquisitor goes a long way.”
“We all bowed and curtseyed and fell to the floor, and then he left.”
“Joanne mock-punched him, then curtseyed—“Thank you, kind sir”—and they waltzed around the carpet, Margaret and Angus McLean joining in, laughing, smiling, good friends together.”
“I curtseyed and turned to go, but the doctor said in a low voice, “Stay a moment, Patience.””
“And Tulippa curtseyed just as deeply, for she thought his red hair was quite charming.”
“How many pretty gentlemen have been unmercifully jilted by pert hussies, after having curtseyed to them at half a dozen operas; nay, permitted themselves to be led out twice; yet, after these encouragements, which amount very near to an engagement, have refused their billets-doux, and perhaps married other men, under their noses.”
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