strut in

strut in (to some place)

to stride pompously into a place. He strutted into the house as if he owned the place. Betty strutted in and sat down.
See also: strut
References in classic literature ?
A swaggering babe accustomed to strut in his own dooryard.
It enables precise and low-friction rotational movement of the spring strut in the front of the vehicle, thereby ensuring optimum contact of the tire to the road.
By combining Eqs A18, A19, and A20, an expression for the elastic strain in a newly drawn strut in terms of the maximum previous strain and strut material properties is given by Eq A21.
In plan, this taper effects the transition, from two legs at the edge to the single strut in the middle, and the triangulation of the cables provides lateral stability.
Over 80,000 patients worldwide have received Pfizer's heart valve implants; more than 360 people have died suddenly when a tiny strut in the valve failed.
Strut is a revolutionary new model for San Francisco and one that addresses a clear need-I expect that we will get between a third and half of gay and bisexual men in San Francisco coming through the doors of Strut in the very first year.
Founded by Jim Power who originated the name Power Strut and began manufacturing Power Strut in Framingham, Massachusetts in early 1950 to compete with Unistrut, the big name in metal framing channels.