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  • s  (of movement) at an angle

  • It merely points to a mood of eclectic revivalism, the assumption being that since progress in art is a myth, painting must perforce go crabwise, with many nostalgic glances .
  • When the tiny old man walked onstage, moving crabwise around the pianos, the members of the audience at Manhattan's Town Hall rose in a spontaneous ovation.
  • The oldest Senator there was a little bantam-built man with a crabwise walk, a cock-crest of white hair, a mouth that seems to snarl even when he weepsthe Old Dominion fireball .

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