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A memorable one was organized in part by opera star Beverly Sills in 1978 and involved a lot of waltzes and fox trots.
NOT ALL PRESIDENTS’ DANCE SKILLS ARE CREATED EQUALBONNIE BERKOWITZ, JOANNE LEEJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The former first lady Michelle Obama waltzed into today’s inauguration wearing a Sergio Hudson trench coat 3-piece-set.
SHOP MICHELLE OBAMA’S SERGIO HUDSON INAUGURATION LOOKNANDI HOWARDJANUARY 20, 2021ESSENCE.COM
Florida learned a thing or two over the weekend about assuming you can just waltz in and win.
THE SECRET TO WINNING IS NOT TO PLAYSARAH SHACHATDECEMBER 15, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Four plays later, Wayne Gallman waltzed untouched into the end zone for a two-yard touchdown.
FOUR TAKEAWAYS FROM WASHINGTON’S 23-20 LOSS TO THE GIANTSSCOTT ALLENNOVEMBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Doc Rivers was fired Monday as head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers, after their expected waltz to the championship went up in smoke.
THE NBA FINALS BURST THE ANALYTICS BUBBLEJOSHUA EFERIGHESEPTEMBER 29, 2020OZY
She played very well, keeping excellent waltz time and infusing an expression into the strains which was indeed inspiring.
THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
At this moment the strains of Arditi's immortal waltz, "Il Bacio," resounded through the place.
THE PIT TOWN CORONET, VOLUME I (OF 3)CHARLES JAMES WILLS
As soon, however, as T. or anybody thrums a waltz on the piano, he instantly throws himself into the attitude to dance.
MUSIC-STUDY IN GERMANYAMY FAY
For the first time in his life Gwynne felt self-conscious in putting his arm about a woman's waist for the waltz.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
When the waltz is over they stroll out with them into the garden, and order wine, and talk of changing their steamer date.
THE REAL LATIN QUARTERF. BERKELEY SMITH
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WORDS RELATED TO WALTZ

  • circle
  • circumduct
  • circumvolve
  • gyrate
  • gyre
  • move
  • pirouette
  • pivot
  • reel
  • revolve
  • roll
  • spin
  • swivel
  • troll
  • trundle
  • turn
  • twirl
  • twist
  • waltz
  • wheel
  • whirl
  • whirligig
  • whirr
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