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Synonyms for dance

ball

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lead someone a merry dance

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Synonyms for dance

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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Bingley thought her quite beautiful, and danced with her twice
If he had had any compassion for ME," cried her husband impatiently, "he would not have danced half so much
Now that Hetty had done her duty and danced one dance with the young squire, Mr.
It'll serve you to talk on, Hetty, when you're an old woman--how you danced wi' th' young squire the day he come o' age.
There they all landed, and went into the castle, and each prince danced with his princess; and the soldier, who was all the time invisible, danced with them too; and when any of the princesses had a cup of wine set by her, he drank it all up, so that when she put the cup to her mouth it was empty.
In the morning the soldier said nothing about what had happened, but determined to see more of this strange adventure, and went again the second and third night; and every thing happened just as before; the princesses danced each time till their shoes were worn to pieces, and then returned home.
Thornbury tried to recall an old country dance which she had seen danced by her father's tenants in Dorsetshire in the old days.
And for the rest of the night he danced on in his stocking feet, and at five in the morning, rapping thunderously on the door of his new partners' cabin, he could be heard singing the song that had given him his name:--
She has n't danced hardly any, and I 've had more than my share.
When she wanted to dance to the right, the shoes would dance to the left, and when she wanted to dance up the room, the shoes danced back again, down the steps, into the street, and out of the city gate.
Down the floor they danced, on man-trapping and dinner-getting intent, two fresh young things that undeniably danced well and that were delightfully surprised when the music stranded them perilously near to their desire.
Maggie at first refused to dance, saying that she had forgotten all the figures--it was so many years since she had danced at school; and she was glad to have that excuse, for it is ill dancing with a heavy heart.