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  • Since ascending to his second term in office, Ahmadinejad has twice peacocked in New York on the United Nations stage, in September and again in May.

    Iran's Arc Of Injustice

  • That narrow-headed chap, ‘Old Mont,’ peacocked about his ancestry; all the more reason for having no ancestry to peacock about.

    The White Monkey

  • He let his blue eyes rest upon them calmly as they peacocked across to St. George's Hospital, still laughing, and evidently discussing him.

    The Green Carnation

  • She peacocked about the room, frankly delighted at her own reflection in the mirrors, and practised the pose she was to assume on the Float.

    Patty's Butterfly Days

  • "Aren't we having the time of our life?" exclaimed Rosamond, as she peacocked about, gazing over her shoulder at her long court train.

    Patty in Paris

  • Sir Blaise peacocked over the lawn, delicate as Agag.

    The Lady of Loyalty House A Novel

  • The dress was made to reach right down to the ankles, in deference to Lady Hayes's ideas of propriety, and Darsie felt prodigiously fine and grown-up as she peacocked about before the long glass of her bedroom wardrobe on the day of the garden-party itself.

    A College Girl

  • (And you peacocked it out with that feather boa and everything!)

    Cracked: All Posts

  • I put on my finest red heels, a skirt, eyeliner, I peacocked myself up a storm.

    PEAS ON TOAST

  • One night, exhausted from weeks of uncharacteristically talking up strangers like it was my job (which I suppose it was), I half-heartedly peacocked and went to a new bar.

    Progressive Bloggers

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