move+nimbly

  • 21whid — intransitive verb (whidded; whidding) Etymology: Scots whid silent rapid motion Date: 1728 Scottish to move nimbly and silently …

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  • 22kilt — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse kjalta lap, fold of a gathered skirt Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. chiefly dialect to tuck up (as a skirt) 2. to equip with a kilt intransitive verb to move… …

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  • 23whid — 1. noun A rapid, quiet movement, usually by small game. 2. verb To move nimbly and with little noise, usually of small game. Syn: scut, scud …

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  • 24waltz — {{11}}waltz (n.) dance performed to music in triple time, 1781, from Ger. Waltzer, from walzen to roll, dance, from O.H.G. walzan to turn, roll, from P.Gmc. *walt (Cf. O.N. velta), from PIE root *wel to turn, revolve (see VULVA (Cf. vulva)).… …

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  • 25whisk — v. n. 1. Trip, speed, hasten, hie, post, scud, brush, move nimbly, push on, dash on, cut along. 2. Brush …

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  • 26whip — I. v. n. (Ludicrous.) Move nimbly. II. v. a. 1. Lash, strike (with a cord), beat. 2. Drive with lashes, cause to rotate, spin. 3. Flog, beat, punish with the whip, flagellate, scourge, lash. 4. Lash, hurt, sting …

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  • 27nip — I [[t]nɪp[/t]] v. nipped, nip•ping, n. 1) to compress tightly between two surfaces or points; pinch; bite 2) to sever by pinching, biting, or snipping 3) to check in development 4) to affect sharply and painfully or injuriously, as cold does 5)… …

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  • 28troll — I [[t]troʊl[/t]] v. t. 1) to sing or utter in a full, rolling voice 2) to sing in the manner of a round or catch 3) spo to fish in (a body of water) by trailing a line behind a slow moving boat 4) to cause to turn round and round; roll 5) to sing …

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  • 29waltz —  1. Move nimbly and gaily.  2. waltz into Attack …

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  • 30whid — [hwid, hwud] vi. whidded, whidding [? akin to OE hwitha, ON hvitha, a squall] Scot. to move nimbly …

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  • 31hotagoe —  to move nimbly, spoken of the tongue ; you hotagoe your tongue. S …

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  • 32whid — I. ˈ(h)wid noun ( s) Etymology: origin unknown 1. Britain : word 2. Scotland …

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  • 33link´er — link1 «lihngk», noun, verb, adjective. –n. 1. one ring or loop of a chain: »The tractor pulled the log with a chain that had very heavy links. 2. a) anything that joins as a link joins: »a cuff link. I had severed the link between myself and my… …

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  • 34waltz´like´ — waltz «wlts», noun, verb, adjective. –n. 1. a smooth, even, gliding ballroom dance with three beats to the measure. In a waltz the couples make a complete turn to each measure (originally, rapidly and always in the same direction; now usually at… …

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  • 35waltz´er — waltz «wlts», noun, verb, adjective. –n. 1. a smooth, even, gliding ballroom dance with three beats to the measure. In a waltz the couples make a complete turn to each measure (originally, rapidly and always in the same direction; now usually at… …

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  • 36United States — a republic in the N Western Hemisphere comprising 48 conterminous states, the District of Columbia, and Alaska in North America, and Hawaii in the N Pacific. 267,954,767; conterminous United States, 3,022,387 sq. mi. (7,827,982 sq. km); with… …

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  • 37nimble — [[t]nɪ̱mb(ə)l[/t]] nimbler, nimblest 1) ADJ GRADED Someone who is nimble is able to move their fingers, hands, or legs quickly and easily. Everything had been stitched by Molly s nimble fingers... Val, who was light and nimble on her feet, learnt …

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  • 38List of Pokémon (141-160) — At the core of the multi billion dollarcite web|url=http://sev.prnewswire.com/entertainment/20051004/LATU06404102005 1.html|title=Pokémon Franchise Approaches 150 Million Games Sold|publisher=PR Newswire|accessdate=] Pokémon media franchise of… …

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  • 39walk — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. ramble, stroll, promenade, wander, saunter, travel(on foot), march, parade, tramp, hike, constitutional (inf.); path[way]; gait, carriage, tread, pace, step; calling, occupation; sphere, province,… …

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  • 40Trip the light fantastic (phrase) — To trip the light fantastic is to dance nimbly or lightly, or to move in a pattern to musical accompaniment. History This phrase evolved through an interesting series of usages and references. The phrase is typically attributed to Milton s poem L …

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