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  • n. Plural form of sashay.

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Examples

  • Then she sashays past the empty pool table to the jukebox in the corner, leans over it in those jeans, studies awhile, and finally punches up K-13, Robert Earl Keen's "High Plains Jamboree" and by the time its sad and lonesome two-step first verse ends, she's seated in a straight back chair at an empty table.

    Texas Tornado

  • The Ottawa Citizen reports, Brigitte Ethier sashays around her students at Dovercourt Recreation Centre, moving with the ease of a belly dancer, and smiling like a child absorbed in play.

    Hooping.org | Blog | They're Waisting Away in Ottawa

  • Apparently, DT has some contractual obligation to sample the wares of every woman of a certain build that sashays on set.

    Stay on target...stay on target...Spoilers for Doctor Who Special #1

  • He also sashays hard, and as the campy Fuchsia, helps win the round for his "sister" Manila.

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • She sashays around like a movie star, but inside she's hollow.

    Meg F. Schneider, MA, LCSW: An Intervention in Hollywood

  • They're also the first things seen by anyone who inadvertently sashays into my quarters.

    Seth Shostak: Burn the Bookcases!

  • The girlfriend is disgusted, summarily severs their ties, and sashays out of the bar with the line - You're going to be successful and rich.

    Elizabeth Nicholas: There Goes Your Social Life

  • The crowd erupts as Jane sashays past Harvey Weinstein, who is pointing to his wife, Georgina Chapman, and proudly mouthing, "This is the designer!"

    Peggy Siegal: To Cannes With Love,

  • Bruno's "gayface," as one viewer called it, is a tool for exposing the intolerance that exists in many people whether or not the person they are talking to sashays particularly heavily or hits on them particularly forcefully.

    Emma Ruby-Sachs: In Defense of Bruno

  • I expect her to run into my arms, but she sashays in, mock-fanning herself dramatically, as though in a sweat after walking by all the hot young bodies of the male dancers backstage.

    Late, Late at Night

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