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1. waltz

noun. ['ˈwɔlts, ˈwɔls'] music composed in triple time for waltzing.

Antonyms

  • shallow

Etymology

  • Walzer (German)
  • walzen (Danish)

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Words that Rhyme with Waltz

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Example sentences of the word waltz


1. Noun, singular or mass
Fiddlers competing are all Arizona residents and each play a hoedown and a waltz on their instrument.

2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Each dance partner gives the debutante a red rose as they waltz across the floor.

3. Adjective
Cues may require you to separate and take your waltz steps apart then back together.

4. Verb, base form
Or you may waltz toward the right or the left.

Quotes containing the word waltz


1. The waltz is a very important part of my life. It's a very important way for me to express my positiveness, bringing humor to the world.
- Andre Rieu

2. Save the Last Dance for Me Life is a Hesitation Waltz danced to swing time measure. We're all given the free will to suspend our moving foot or slowly drag it during the halt.
- Beryl Dov

2. waltz

noun. ['ˈwɔlts, ˈwɔls'] a ballroom dance in triple time with a strong accent on the first beat.

Synonyms

  • valse
  • ballroom dancing

Antonyms

  • beginning
  • failure
  • complain

Etymology

  • Walzer (German)
  • walzen (Danish)

3. waltz

noun. ['ˈwɔlts, ˈwɔls'] an assured victory (especially in an election).

Synonyms

  • triumph
  • walk-in

Antonyms

  • vanquish
  • trounce
  • nose

Etymology

  • Walzer (German)
  • walzen (Danish)

4. waltz

verb. ['ˈwɔlts, ˈwɔls'] dance a waltz.

Synonyms

  • dance
  • trip the light fantastic toe
  • trip the light fantastic

Antonyms

  • conquer
  • expel
  • beat
  • destroy

Etymology

  • Walzer (German)
  • walzen (Danish)
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