shimmy

[v] - tremble or shake 2. [v] - dance a shimmy
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Shimmy

Shim'my noun A chemise. [ Colloq.]
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shimmy

noun lively dancing (usually to ragtime music) with much shaking of the shoulders and hips
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shimmy

shift 1 slip noun a woman`s sleeveless undergarment
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Shimmy

• (n.) A chemise.
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Shimmy

A stress-related symptom in which a fish remains in one position while wagging it’s body from side to side. Common among Livebearers, especially Mollies, when water conditions are not within the parameters for the fish’s needs.
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Shimmy

Started as an African American dance of the late 1880's. It is a shaking of the shoulders and a whole body. First recreated by Gilda Gray.
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Shimmy

Shimmy is slang for a woman's petticoat.
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Shimmy

A shimmy is a dance move in which the body is held still, except for the shoulders, which are alternated back and forth. When the right shoulder goes back, the left one comes forward. It may help to hold the arms out slightly bent at the elbow, and when the shoulders are moved, keep the hands in the same position. In 1917, a dance-song titled `Sh....
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shimmy

jazz dance featuring rapid shaking of the body
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