- n a member of a Bantu speaking people living in Rwanda and Burundi
- As they do at countless collegiate parties everywhere, the couples wriggled to the watusi and gyrated to the jerk, while recorded drums and saxophones resounded in the dimly lit .
- At a post-performance party, he exuberantly danced the watusi and the frug with Fonteyn, soundly bussed one of the pretty girls from the corps de ballet.
- The liberal candidate could easily upstage his opponent by launching into a topless watusi while juggling navel oranges from the south and mashing grapes from the north.
- LaDainian Tomlinson in Boston Globe
That could be dicey,said Tomlinson. "The watusi might be OK, but if they cross the line and do the batusi, I'll have 15-yard penalties for everyone."