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Word of the Day 02/16/19 Sashay

Sashay (verb)
sashay [sa-shey]


verb (used without object) Informal.
1. to glide, move, or proceed easily or nonchalantly: She just sashayed in as if she owned the place.
2. to chassé in dancing.

Can be confused
sachet, Sasha

Related Words for sashay
flounce, glide, move, mince, strut, prance, swagger, excursion

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Origin: 1830–40, Americanism ; metathetic variant of chassé

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