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Noun(1) a proud stiff pompous gait(2) brace consisting of a bar or rod used to resist longitudinal compression
Verb(1) to walk with a lofty proud gait, often in an attempt to impress others
(1) He walked along with the confident strut that many athletes have.(2) a supporting strut(3) First, let's discuss cars that use a strut front suspension with a top stud mount.(4) All you have to do is take the hammer strut off your old hammer and put it on the new one.(5) My hand was resting on a curved metal strut that could have been the edge of a hold.(6) For the finale, fishy similarities of Christina Aguilera and Missy Elliott strut and prance, while the real-life divas sing through the closing credits.(7) English - or, to be more accurate, American - is the one and only language of rock 'n' roll's strut and swagger.(8) In a way, I had been in love with him since the moment I saw him on the dock, walking towards us with that confidant strut .(9) True, Townsend's famous leaps across stage are more of a strut after 35 years, but the old windmill chords are still there.(10) They prance and strut in front of the mirrors, as if their fairy godmother has waved her wand and said: ├ö├ç├┐You shall go to the ball!├ö├ç├û(11) The steel strut is a fabricated plate box girder weighing 800 lb/ft.(12) A horizontal V-shaped strut overhangs the old balustrade, suspended from a series of steel bowstring arches.(13) He allowed himself to slide to the side of the ship and catch a piece of the landing strut .(14) peacocks strut through the grounds(15) His cars would be constructed on a lightweight steel backbone with independent strut suspension all-round.(16) that old confident strut and swagger has returned
1. prance ::
2. swagger ::
3. swagger ::
4. swank ::
5. parade ::
6. stride ::
7. sweep ::
8. sashay ::
Different Formsstrut, struts
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