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sack dance

sack dance
 n.— «Barnett was criticized by television announcers for doing his samurai sack dance with the Packers trailing Philadelphia by 35 points.» —“Barnett’s Antics Annoy Sherman” by Jason Wilde in Green Bay Capital Times & Wisconsin State Journal Dec. 14, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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