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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of mambo.

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Examples

  • There were encores, standing ovations, and even an audience member who mamboed spontaneously this is New Orleans, after all as the orchestra played a selection of Leonard Bernstein's dances.

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  • There were encores, standing ovations, and even an audience member who mamboed spontaneously this is New Orleans, after all as the orchestra played a selection of Leonard Bernstein's dances.

    Ben Rosen: Classical Music Economics: Is There a Solution?

  • I mamboed myself to the point of exhaustion for the next three days and, taking the advice of the costume designer, decided to make my appearance a little more va-va-voom.

    'Getting a Grip: On My Mind, My Body, My Self'

  • We're going to find out tonight if Heather Mills mamboed her way into the hearts of America.

    CNN Transcript Mar 27, 2007

  • The Broadway musical "In the Heights" mamboed, hustled and merengued into the Naples Philharmonic Center on Monday, leaving a lasting impression on the audience - and in the most subtle and caring way bringing up issues about my identity I had not pondered for many years.

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  • Sotomayor has mamboed with movie stars, exchanged smooches with musicians at the White House and thrown out the first pitch for her beloved New York Yankees.

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  • I'm not counting Hispanics in this calculus, because a) Obama hasn't exactly mamboed away with the Latino vote, and b) I can research every last niggling bicameral demographic, or I can watch Hell's Kitchen: I can't do both.

    David Matthews: Obama is full of it. Hope, I mean.

  • With his reputation as one of the nation’s foremost younger hair-splitters, Justice Roberts mamboed through the confirmation ordeal, flicking off the cleverest jurisprudential traps set for him by the nitpickiest lawyers in the Senate.

    Cronyism on the Court? What a Shocking Thought!

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