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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of breakdance.

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Examples

  • Aside from her snafus, she's an accessible star who breakdanced on the Teen Choice Awards and hangs out with the Obama girls.

    Why Miley Is a Good Role Model

  • He was not here to enlist me to apply for asylum at the Canadian Embassy, to kidnap me to Adams-Morgan for some jerk chicken and the reggae record store afterward, or to offer me a commission for holding the money can while he breakdanced with his crew, back flips and full-circle head spins from the ground, for tourists down by the C&O Canal.

    You Know Where to Find Me

  • He was not here to enlist me to apply for asylum at the Canadian Embassy, to kidnap me to Adams-Morgan for some jerk chicken and the reggae record store afterward, or to offer me a commission for holding the money can while he breakdanced with his crew, back flips and full-circle head spins from the ground, for tourists down by the C&O Canal.

    You Know Where to Find Me

  • George Plimpton never breakdanced during the '84 Book Fair

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  • The busts of Greek scholars were all wreathed with glow beads, and the place began to rock - the Century Club hadn't seen that much action since Plimpton breakdanced on the marble floor during the '84 Book Fair.

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  • The busts of Greek scholars were all wreathed with glow beads, and the place began to rock - the Century Club hadn't seen that much action since Plimpton breakdanced on the marble floor during the '84 Book Fair.

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  • George Plimpton never breakdanced during the '84 Book Fair

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  • While reporting on the music industry for the paper, he has co-written Marilyn Manson's autobiography, jumped into bed with Jewel for one of those impish profiles he pens for Rolling Stone, breakdanced with Beck for a profile in Spin and dabbled in stand-up comedy.

    Adam Moss Irks Daily Reporters at The Times

  • Near the Commons, conga drums rattled as over 100 people of all ages breakdanced and sang, yelled and cheered in front of a giant screen at a party hosted at the Women's Community

    Stories from The Sun

  • Texas, to Garland, he began hanging out with kids who breakdanced in the school hallways at lunchtime.

    Fore, right!

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