do-si-do do-si-do


  • (n) a square-dance figure; two dancers approach each other and circle back to back before returning to their original places


  1. The do-si-do by the campaign reflects its initial uncertainty on how to deal with Palin, a rare moment of unsure footing for the usually flawlessly managed 19-month-old operation.
  2. Square dancers do-si-do to the bidding of a caller on a stage near by, while curious passers-by gape at a 325-lb.
  3. Chai toasted mutual friendship, but he sashayed a diplomatic do-si-do around the hope behind the hoedown: whether and when his hosts can export American min ge to China.


  • Swing your partner

    There will be plenty of opportunities for swinging your partner 'round and 'round and do-si-do maneuvers next Saturday in the City Park in Garrison.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Minot Daily News

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