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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gyrate.


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  • It happens in slow motion, and her whole body gyrates with each squeeze.

    Amaryllis in Blueberry

  • One spot features a "sexy grandpa" who gyrates under a cartoon apple tree.

    Animation Nation

  • Will the squealing teenage girls, the ones who profess unending love during preconcert interviews and openly weep when he sings and gyrates onstage, stand by him even when his voice changes and a new sensation comes along with an even cooler haircut?

    Justin Bieber on the big screen

  • As the dollar's value gyrates it produces windfall profits and losses, feeding speculation and poor judgment.

    Gold vs. the Fed: The Record Is Clear

  • The story: A dancer in a bar tries to help an athlete regain his mojo by letting him stand next to her while she gyrates and ripping open his shirt and for a few moments she succeeds in loosening him up, at least from the waist up.

    'Dancing with the Stars': Story telling night

  • On Saturday night, Robbie and his partner Ola were tasked with performing the cha-cha-cha, a dance of Cuban origin that apparently involves a bewildered looking man in a black rhinestone-studded hoodie standing ram-rod straight and occasionally flapping his arms about, while his partner gyrates suggestively around him in a manner not dissimilar to a naked Britt Ekland on the other side of Edward Woodward's hotel‑room wall in The Wicker Man.

    Bad boy Robbie Savage finds life tough outside his comfort zone | Barry Glendenning

  • Investors caught unintentionally in an aggressive fund might "panic and go to cash" when the market gyrates, potentially locking in painful losses, Ms. Scoggins says.

    How to Hit The Target

  • In it, a man dressed in an Israeli military uniform gyrates to a drumbeat around a woman who is wearing an Islamic headscarf and leaning against a wall with her eyes and hands bound.

    Israel Investigates Video of Soldier Dancing Around Female Prisoner

  • He jumps, he moshes, he gyrates; he grabs hold of our shoulders and urges us to join him, and I look at his face, and in that instant see his features charged with such glorious, undiluted delight.

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  • The crowd signs on for a ride, following the 24 year-old from one bass drop to another as he gyrates wildly really, wildly behind an M-Audio controller and laptop.

    Kia Makarechi: Skrillex Plays New York, Young Hip Bloggers Marvel At Kids These Days


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