“I am a divorced woman,” one said as she sashayed up and down the room in Goma.
Plump mothers took part in the quaint old fashioned figures, and swung and balanced and "sashayed" in a gale of fun.
Then you sashayed up and asked her to dance every dance with you.
Ye remember how he sashayed round newspaper offices in 'Frisco until he could write a flapdoodle story himself?
They balanced and "sashayed" from the tropics to the arctic circle.
So they sashayed off together t'wards the nighest grocery arm in arm.
We sashayed into the kitchen an' theah, jus' sittin' easylike an' waitin' right on the table, was two or three pies!
When she see Jinnie she jist made strides for the wood-shed, and old Jinnie sashayed arter her.
To go; walk; flounce: after a great deal of extravagantly publicized sashaying about
[1836+; fr the square-dance gait, fr French chasser, ''chase'']