waltz off

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waltz off

To leave or depart in a sudden, often carefree or lighthearted manner. The child came up, told me he liked my funny hat, and waltzed off again. You can't just drop a bombshell like that and then just waltz off—you've got to give me some more details!
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waltz off (with something)

Fig. to take something away easily. The thieves waltzed off with a giant screen television in broad daylight. They just picked the thing up and waltzed off. Nobody asked them any questions.
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waltz off

Fig. to depart briskly and easily. They said good-bye and waltzed off.
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waltz off

verb
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