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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WALTZING

Slightly intoxicated by the heat and the wine, she was waltzing with Talien.

We ended by waltzing, first in the Polish, and afterwards in the Parisian manner.

That is Miss Fitzloom, then, whom my brother is waltzing with?

There's nothing on earth he can't do, from waltzing down to polo.

He was not good humoured with her, and this was clearly no occasion for asking him about the waltzing.

She thought of the waltzing, thought of Susanna, and was cowardly.

They were not there above half-an-hour, but she had carried her point about the waltzing.

George's sister had jumped out of her chair and she was waltzing over the patio.

The waltzing of these couples was the poetry of grace and motion.

They might be waltzing here this very minute if he were only home.

WORD ORIGIN

1794, from waltz (n.). Meaning "to move nimbly" is recorded from 1862. Related: Waltzed; waltzing.

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