dance


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ball

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lead someone a merry dance

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to move rhythmically to music, using patterns of steps or gestures

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to leap and skip about playfully

a party or gathering for dancing

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References in classic literature ?
Yes, she makes me think of the German girls, she looks so fresh and quiet, and dances like a lady.
In the center stands the bride, and, one by one, the men step into the enclosure and dance with her.
If they must dance, they had better dance at Randalls.
Dance was further complimented and at last dismissed.
The further off from England the nearer is to France-- Then turn not pale, beloved snail, but come and join the dance.
Poyser's argument or to something else, "I'll dance whichever dance she's free.
It had, however, been a very happy one to Fanny through four dances, and she was quite grieved to be losing even a quarter of an hour.
They leant over the gate by the highway, and inquired as to the meaning of the dance and the white-frocked maids.
He wants me to dance with him again, though I tell him that it is a most improper thing, and entirely against the rules.
She said that the Portman Rooms had the best floor in London and she always liked the dances there; they were very select, and she couldn't bear dancing with all sorts of men you didn't know anything about; why, you might be exposing yourself to you didn't know what all.
This was the count's favorite dance, which he had danced in his youth.
So that when they joined hands in the dance they felt more at their ease than is usual.
So uproariously gay was the dance, and how they buffeted each other on the bed and out of it
The guests had risen and were slowly making their way toward the expanse of scarlet sward at the south end of the gardens where the dance was to be held, when Djor Kantos came hurriedly toward Tara of Helium.
We have had to go through all sorts of nameless things," she added, shivering slightly, "and tonight we dance at Devenham House.