verb (used without object), strut·ted, strut·ting.
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verb (used with object), strut·ted, strut·ting.
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The four metal rings that surrounded Smith’s lower leg were cut in half and welded into the shape of a football and the triangular base of the trophy, and the original struts and connecting rods were reconfigured into the stem.Meet the artist who rebuilt Alex Smith’s old leg brace into a Lombardi Trophy|Nicki Jhabvala|January 6, 2021|Washington Post
The solid metal frame and triangle strut ensure the stability, letting you enjoy your work or study on this table.Narrow desks that can turn any corner into a comfortable workspace|PopSci Commerce Team|October 13, 2020|Popular Science
The Oscars, the Emmies, whatever, the pre-show style strut became a kind of catwalk of the stars.
The soldier launches into a comical strut and pretends to polish his guard box with his knuckles.Hunt To Identify Pirouetting 'Bearskin' Guardsman Who Shamed Army|Tom Sykes|September 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Johnny climbs out of the plane, locks his hands around the wheel strut.
Her curves found a way to strut through baggy denim in Nights in Rodanthe.
Her skintight sparkly black dress did not look too easy to strut down the catwalk in.
Children, in brilliant night robes, run to the verandas to see the early sun; cocks strut in pigmy gardens.The Dragon Painter|Mary McNeil Fenollosa
It had to do with squared shoulders, the lift of the head, a strut, a proud and contemptuous glance.The Cruise of the Shining Light|Norman Duncan
It appealed to their sense of humor to have the gall to strut right out in front of us and try to put over a swindle.Greylorn|John Keith Laumer
My father is Irish, and if you want to see him get up and strut give him a teeny opening to enlarge on his race.Freckles|Gene Stratton-Porter
Send all these noble lords of yesterday to sleep in their beds of down, to strut about in their castles.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane