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Cleveland brought a blitz, leaving him one-on-one with safety Richard LeCounte, and Adams did a samba on top of the hashmarks while Aaron Rodgers backpedaled and lofted a ball to the middle of the end zone.

There was enough indication of that in Q2 beyond the Samba TV stat.

From Digiday

It has summery samba drums and wicked rhythm and that awesome sting voice which sounds like a sample but is just brilliantly repeating vocals.

From Digiday

That the Interim President Catherine Samba-Panza is a woman is another exception to the rule.

“We want her to appear with the Samba band and come on and say ‘Shut the ---- up’,” one of the organisers explained.

Behind the samba beat, the country remains deeply polarized at home, in politics, and in the pews.

It was none other than comic Margaret Cho, dancing a samba to the story of “pride.”

The Woz busted a move—and who knows what else—doing “the worm” in the middle of a samba routine in Season Nine.

In the great country far away south, through which flows the river Nile, there lived a king who had an only child called Samba.

Loud were the cries for instant vengeance, and for Samba, son-in-law of the king, to lead them to battle.

And to this Samba, who was always ready to do anything he was asked when there was no danger about it, agreed readily.

One of them was my first commander and my confidant, which surprised me greatly; his name was Samba.

We found a fire of blazing wood in Samba's hut, and sat down on mats to gossip and smoke till dinner should be served.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to samba, such as: disco, tango, waltz, boogie, charleston, and conga.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.