Gingrich seemed slightly flustered, pivoting back to the poor grandmothers.
McCain trotted out his own version of triangulation, pivoting from the president to the Senate Democratic leader.
But pivoting from “Hope and Change” to “It Could Have Been Worse” is somewhere between insufficient and sad.
The Romney campaign appears on the verge of pivoting and re-embracing the candidate's most important achievement as governor.
pivoting on his heels, he casually strolled out toward a nearby walled courtyard.
Then pivoting silently upon their heels they passed out of the cellar.
In pivoting the body, or showing attention, the eye always leads.
So far as any tangible evidence went, only Dundee's fingers had pressed upon the pivoting panel and explored the narrow shelf.
As to the pivoting of a cylinder, we will deal with this later on.
As it went round so did the hares face him, pivoting on a centre with the young one between them.
1610s, from French pivot, from Old French pivot "hinge pin, pivot" (12c.), also "penis," of uncertain origin. Figurative sense of "central point" is recorded from 1813.
by 1841, from French pivoter and from pivot (n). Related: Pivoted; pivoting.