[ UK /sˈæʃe‍ɪ/ ]
  1. to walk with a lofty proud gait, often in an attempt to impress others
    He struts around like a rooster in a hen house
  2. move sideways
  3. perform a chasse step, in ballet
  1. a journey taken for pleasure
    it was merely a pleasure trip
    many summer excursions to the shore
    after cautious sashays into the field
  2. (ballet) quick gliding steps with one foot always leading
  3. a square dance figure; partners circle each other taking sideways steps
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How To Use sashay In A Sentence

  • I stared at her, breath ragged, as she walked to the door, sashaying her hips calmly.
  • Models sashayed down the aisle.
  • Heads turn automatically as she sashays into view.
  • A leggy, bronze Latina, wearing a lavender, whisper sheer baby doll that showcased her beautifully sculpted breasts, and tiny panties, sashayed onto the stage. I.O.U.
  • When dinner's ready I sashay into the lounge room and announce in a loud sing-song, ‘Comestibles!’
  • They sashay along the red carpet, botox-smooth and silicone-enhanced, so blatantly vain and unabashedly full of themselves, spinning for scores of photographers.
  • On March 14, he sashayed off to Boston with his new chum Petroleum Nasby, where he was introduced to Oliver Wendell Holmes. Mark Twain
  • They've spun, tangoed, waltzed, rumbaed, salsaed, funked, jazzed, hip-hopped and twirled their little hearts out and now they're sashaying off into the sunset in an hour-long final.
  • Three shuttle buses will scuttle those too lushed to sashay thru the city on their way toward this exclusive after party.
  • Perhaps I'll catch a rerun of Catwoman instead of watching the new metra-sexual bond sashay across the desert with hit butt ugly girlfriend. Must Watch: Fantastic Quantum of Solace TV Trailer «
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