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waltz in Dance topic

waltzwaltz2 verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [intransitive]APD to dance a waltz πŸ”Š They waltzed elegantly around the dance floor.2 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] informalWALK to walk somewhere calmly and confidently – used to show disapprovalwaltz in/into/up to πŸ”Š Jeff just waltzed up to the bar and helped himself to a drink. πŸ”Š She can’t waltz in here and start making changes. β†’ waltz off with something β†’ waltz through somethingβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
waltzβ€’ There's no point in asking to go up there in order to waltz around a bit.β€’ They were like dancing partners, waltzing away into darkness.β€’ A waltzing couple bumped the arm of a man stuffing a dumpling into his mouth.β€’ He waltzed her around the room a little as the soft music started to flow smoothly over them.β€’ A few follow gracefully some yards behind, dancing in ever-widening curves, waltzing in circles at the curbs.β€’ To waltz Matilda is to carry a swag.β€’ The band put an easy beat through every tune, you could waltz or smooch or shuffle.