- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tango.
“Sleek in black leotards that emphasized line and showed musculature, Burkholder and Witting tangoed at times in graceful tandem while positioned one slightly above the other.”
“Although the young people ragged and tangoed incessantly, she rarely danced, and then it was with the young men.”
“But lately it was as if he were unable to get a clear signal, and as they tangoed around the hot tub, Ben could not tell if she was poking fun or prodding for answers.”
“I'd say Albert Grant has tangoed right over to the dark side.”
“She had danced in Viennese palaces, tangoed in Tashkent, and swayed to the music of Georgie Fame in Dublin.”
“Blood-soaked surgeons tangoed with beer smelling pub men; a traffic warden spazzed out an energetic Manumission rave, and a mother River-Danced betwixt the splayed limbs of a silent corpse.”
“In the ice dance, Davis and White tangoed their way to gold after opening their performance with a graceful straight line lift to music from "Il Postino", "Payador", and "Recuerdo".”
“And they whirled and they twirled and they tangoed”
“It actually looked like Rachael Ray had tangoed with the Tasmanian devil in the middle of the room.”
“I've only danced it once with a very experienced dancer, if it wasn't for him I would have been all 'tangoed/tangled' up.”
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