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Date: 1800-1900
Language: French
Origin: chassé, from the past participle of chasser; CHASE1

sashay

verb
     
sa‧shay [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]
to walk in a confident way, moving your body from side to side, especially so that people look at you
sashay around/along/down etc
Models sashayed down the aisle.

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