a remark, poss. in bad taste.
|Four Million (1915) 256: Sashayed up, so he did, and made a break. I turned him down, cold.‘The Brief Debut of Tildy’ in|
|Magnet 3 Sept. 5: What on earth did you make a break like that for, Toddy?|
|Man with Two Left Feet 98: He of Tennessee would sasshay up in a flip manner and make a break. Ted, waiting close by, would resent his insolence.‘ Crowned Heads’ in|
|‘Arangement in Black and White’ in Parker (1943) 10: Did you hear that terrible break I made? I was just going to say Katherine Burke looked almost like a nigger.|
|(con. 1920s) Studs Lonigan (1936) 330: Those aren’t the kind of breaks you want to be making at a time like this.Young Manhood in|