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- verb Present participle of
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Nobody knew that, and we weren't supposed to tell anybody, but she would come up, let him hold her glasses, and he'd start polkaing with her.
She may not always be waltzing or polkaing, but if she is conventionally sound she is sure to be in a whirl.
The vigor of polkaing and church-going are proportioned; as is the one so is the other.
Not that hamstringing is as pleasant a pastime as polkaing.
But if I’m guzzling beer and polkaing the night away, will I remember making first contact with anyone???
-- the silent, melancholy vessel, now all hands laughing, screaming, huzzaing, dancing, and polkaing up and down the deck like maniacs?