Definition of Sashays

1. Noun. (plural of sashay) ¹



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Definition of Sashays

1. sashay [v] - See also: sashay

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sashays

sasarara
sasararas
sasbachite
sascab
sash
sash cord
sash fastener
sash line
sash lock
sash weight
sash window
sash windows
sashay
sashayed
sashaying
sashays (current term)
sashed
sasheries
sashery
sashes
sashichigal
sashimi
sashimis
sashing
sashless
sashoon
sashoons
sasin
sasine
sasines

Literary usage of Sashays

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1. Jealousy Jane by Lindsay Price (2001)
"The WOMAN WHO WALKS sashays into the room. She has the look of a woman from the 40's with a ... She sashays to stand beside JANE. She does not look at JANE. ..."

2. The Wit and Humor of America by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1911)
"And I drift in dreams to the old-time town, and I hear the fiddle sing; And Mulligan sashays up and down till the rafters rock and ring ..."

3. Comes One with a Song by Frank Lebby Stanton (1898)
"And I drift in dreams to the old-time town, and I hear the fiddle sing; And Mulligan sashays up and down till the rafters rock and ring! ..."

4. A Book of American Humorous Verse: Being a Collection of Humorous and Witty by Wallace Rice (1903)
"And I drift in dreams to the old-time town, and I hear the fiddle sing; And Mulligan sashays up and down, till the rafters rock and ring! ..."

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