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  • v. Present participle of cartwheel.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Hagman's officer jerked back, both arms in the air, sword cartwheeling back over the column.

    Sharpe's Havoc

  • Some eyewitnesses perceived this as the plane "cartwheeling" down the runway, but this was ultimately determined to be a misinterpretation.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Teh Hong Piow In Asia, though, bankers get a rather better rap, not least in Malaysia, where local financier Teh Hong Piow 's staff recently treated him to a thank-you bash featuring cops on motorcycles, cartwheeling drummers and a mock UFO landing.

    As Western World Flays Bankers, Asia Fêtes Them as Economic Heroes

  • A chance bar encounter with a potentially insane young woman (Genevieve Hudson-Price) sets off a strange, cartwheeling series of events that leave Andrew ever more intrigued and confused as he awkwardly strains to stoke a romance with his ex-girlfriend (Cindy Chastain).

    Chewing on Love and Loss

  • Perlmutter, who was elected to his third term, showed his enthusiasm by literally cartwheeling through his election party.

    Ed Perlmutter Does Cartwheels At Victory Celebration (VIDEO)

  • The 53-year-old, who was decked out in Givenchy Couture and Bulgari jewels, commanded the stage for 12 minutes--cartwheeling, grinding and voguing--like the icon she is.

    Super Bowl Halftime Show: Madonna, Nicki Minaj, M.I.A And Cee-Lo Dazzle (PHOTOS)

  • When the right wing of the Delta Connection jet he was on struck the runway, Bruni says, images of the plane cartwheeling down the runway, fire and explosion flashed through his mind.

    Passengers' trauma lingers long after flight

  • Then came days of flailing west wind, strong enough to push its snout under the crust of the fallen snow wherever the hares or I had left footprints, strong enough to then flip up big pancakes of crust and send them cartwheeling east until they disintegrated in puffs of snow.

    Bird Cloud

  • What had happened to that chipper cartwheeling cheerleader?

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • Plots are as productive and cartwheeling as dreams.

    John Cheever's Cruel Paradoxes


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