noun, plural shim·mies.
verb (used without object), shim·mied, shim·my·ing.
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Origin of shimmy
Example sentences from the Web for shimmy
As she gyrated and shimmied at the VMAs on Sunday night, Taylor Swift did not seem like a person under attack.
In a tucked-in black t-shirt and slacks, the seemingly average Joe shimmied and shaked to the bassline.
Ringo clapped; Yoko flashed peace signs; Steven Tyler tumbled for ya; Beyoncé shimmied; and Katy Perry threw “Roar” punches.The Grammys Train Wreck: An Insult to Lou Reed, Hip-Hop, and Good Taste|Marlow Stern|January 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Each in a return splash shimmied the dinghy making for a resurgence of what, until now, had been a barely muted panic.The Land of Look Behind|Paul Cameron Brown