bob and weave


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bob and weave

To move quickly up and down and side to side, typically in an attempt to evade someone or something. You need to bob and weave more so that your opponent can't hit you.
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bob and weave

make rapid bodily movements up and down and from side to side.
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So much so that we can now duck and dive and bob and weave thanks to a great new USB toy.
You can bob and weave if things go wrong, but you can't hide.
The show's massive centerpiece, floating at a level that compels one to bob and weave among its angling tubes, conflates different ways of engaging and looking: moving around the object (as we do with sculpture), being outside, imagining, peering inside it (as we do with architectural models), and physically navigating it (as we do with actual architecture and installation).
They can even bob and weave better than an IPSC mover!
The new head of Birmingham's BRMB yesterday told how you had to 'bob and weave' to make a success of commercial radio.
We have to be prepared to bob and weave. If we don't we are dead in the water.
Clinton's ability to bob and weave - and to let his opponents punch themselves out - has allowed him to lead "the most ethical administration in history" by a revolutionary moral standard.