waltz in


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waltz in(to some place)

Fig. to step or walk into a place briskly and easily. She waltzed into the room and showed off her ring. Eric waltzed in and said hello.
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waltz in

v.
To enter briskly, without hesitation, and with self-confidence: He waltzes in every morning at 9:30 and doesn't care what his boss thinks.
See also: waltz
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People get out of their seats and waltz in the aisles spontaneously.
Strauss wrote over 500 waltzes, polkas, and quadrilles and was largely responsible for the popularity of the waltz in Vienna during the 19th Century.
Chapman does a rearranged O Holy Night as a sprightly waltz in her trademark style, but the highlight is Vanessa Williams' inclusion.
At the end men and women waltz around Caspersen, all in their own great skirts--love and death in Venice, the great cosmic waltz in 2001--but here the dance is also outraged, scatological, nonsensical, abusive.
The number of couples competing has grown from six to 10, making for a longer run (and tonight's premiere will be two hours long, so they don't have to waltz in double time).
This will be followed with the composer's Waltz in A-flat Major, Op.