verb (used without object), strut·ted, strut·ting.
Origin of strut1
SYNONYMS FOR strut
Related formsstrut·ter, noun
Definition for strut (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), strut·ted, strut·ting.
Origin of strut2
Examples from the Web for strut
Her curves found a way to strut through baggy denim in Nights in Rodanthe.
The kids hold what they call a “ramp walk,” a mock fashion show where we all dress up and strut on a makeshift stage.
On television, real housewives, basketball wives, and assorted other caricatures all strut forth baring cleavage.Helen Gurley Brown’s Fashion Sense: the Power of Cleavage|Robin Givhan|August 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Be prepared: It will be tough Watching Gingrich strut his stuff Stay tuned to hear him bloviate On narrow win in his home state.
At just past noon, The Roots emerge from their den and strut into the Fallon studio.
Though, purse-proud with your riches, you strut along, yet fortune does not alter your birth.The Works of Horace|Horace
They may safely be left to strut about their uneasy hour and be forgotten.In Our First Year of the War|Woodrow Wilson
Clothed in scarlet and gold, he descended the hill with the true Albanian strut.
The strut seemed to press in against his chest; he could not breathe.Gold in the Sky|Alan Edward Nourse
Of all uncouth figures, that strut their little hour upon the stage of life, a China-man is surely the most grotesque animal.