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Noun(1) an assured victory (especially in an election(2) music composed in triple time for waltzing(3) a ballroom dance in triple time with a strong accent on the first beat
Verb(1) dance a waltz
(1) Moving from ghazals to gypsy and waltz to Latin music, it hopes to bring the whole spectrum of strings and non-strings under one roof.(2) She learned everything from who was who in the ton to how to dance the waltz .(3) Although she had learnt the waltz in a conservatory social dance class once, Roza had never been to a ball in her life.(4) The administration assured people that the troops would waltz in and waltz out, and that certainly wasn't the case either.(5) Anyway, when it came time to pick partners for the waltz and slow dancing parts, of course all the girls seemed to swarm the guys they wanted, while I was left to rot in the corner.(6) Before we waltz all starry eyed into a hydrogen economy, we need to answer some very tough questions.(7) I also find it an interesting example of what I call the ├ö├ç├┐Broadway waltz ,├ö├ç├û of the kind written by Richard Rogers and Leonard Bernstein.(8) She soon found out that this next dance was the waltz with Alexander as soon he came over and took her hand and led her out to the floor.(9) It is based on choreographer Julia Griffin's memories of Blackpool, in particular the Tower Ballroom, where she transforms the waltz into a modern dance, conjuring up images of a sand storm.(10) you can't just waltz in and expect to make a mark(11) It was somewhere between the waltz and dirty dancing.(12) For six months I don't get anything from you and now you just happen to literally waltz in here and surprise me like this.(13) Now we should be able to waltz our way right up to the bridge.(14) Poulenc ends his opera with a grand chorus, which alternates between a sultry waltz and a kick of satyr's heels, a hymn to ├ö├ç├┐make babies!├ö├ç├û(15) Far from an image one would readily conjure up as a waltz , La Valse's sexually provocative choreography was reminiscent of Glen Tetley's lascivious Rite of Spring.(16) Supply teachers can waltz in to school at 9am and waltz back out again at 3:30 pm with no repercussions.
(1) waltz around :: waltz paligid
1. walk-in ::
2. waltz around ::
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