- n. alternative spelling of soft shoe.
“Anyone want to take a bet on how long before we see Rove in blackface, popping his eyes, and doing a softshoe?”
“David Hickey doesnt have a platform unless you call making money doing the softshoe and ideology.”
“Were you the referring to the guy that was "singing" this song and doing a little softshoe down the brooklyn side in a chicken suit?”
“Reached for comment, Howard asked, Have you ever seen, like, a moonbeam do the softshoe, man?”
“Check out the company double-talk as they tried to explain away the changes, sometimes with verbal softshoe, others with oddly pugilistic rebuttals: More Â»”
“Check out the company double-talk as they tried to explain away the changes, sometimes with verbal softshoe, others with oddly pugilistic rebuttals:”
“February 14, 2008 at 2:13 pm or mebbe a softshoe number, to teh tune uv “Sweet Georgia Brown”?”
“Matt has Comcast and whenever service goes out he calls up, does a little bitching softshoe, and then asks for a refund for that day of service.”
“Time out of joint, iteration out of sync, one gear click off, one tooth too few, one step less at the top of the stairs than should be, the electronic donkey-bray eeeeeOOOONGGGeeeeeeOOOONGGG of modems failing to sync up, frame-shutter-stutter-sidestep-softshoe-stumble out of phase with the rest of the world and everyone in it.”
“I "next, please"'d to the Meadowville number Alis had said she liked, Vera-Ellen and the overenergetic Gene Kelly in a softshoe.”
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The Moves. Do~do~ditty!
From the novel by William Lindsay Gresham
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