- v. Simple past tense and past participle of waltz.
“Figure skating gold medalist, Kristi Yamaguchi, and her partner Mark Ballas, once again waltzed their way to the top of the judges’ scoreboard via a near flawless paso doble number.”
“Before moving off, Webb found that the magnetic needle had "waltzed" back 60 degrees since the one-hundred-mile camp, now pointing 80 degrees east of south.”
“Detached skulls have not been this conducive to such delightful wordplay since a man named Steve Gory "waltzed" into a police station on the Caribbean island of Grenada with two heads in a bucket.”
“Two years ago the Great Recession waltzed in to the great surprise of homeowners, the Fed and the banks, and everyone discovered that house prices don't always go up.”
“She felt certain that amongst his men there were many who had been with him for years, men who showed the kind of loyalty to him that Merlow did: men who would not have baulked at the tasks he had for them when he waltzed into their taverns all those years ago, back when Edgeton was still an innocent idyll.”
“Andrew Cuomo D: Cuomo waltzed into the governor's office in 2010 thanks to his own personal popularity and the slow-motion-car-wreck candidacy of Republican nominee Carl Paladino.”
“CINEMA SPEC: Tales of Hollywood and Fantasy views moving pictures in all their forms, real and imaginary, from shadow plays to classic films, from videocassettes to animated tattoos. 32 authors have contributed flash fiction, short stories, and poetry to the anthology, transporting readers back to a time when flames flickered and paintings waltzed on cave walls, and forward to possible futures when the heavens themselves might serve as vidscreens.”
“When it was his turn, Sanjar waltzed right up to the front of the stage, put on a blindfold (the cocky son of a bitch), and rocked the Queens of the Stone Age to perfection.”
“Instead, it was about the “party crashers,” Tareq and Michaele Salahi, who waltzed [...]”
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