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Synonyms for foxtrot

a ballroom dance in quadruple time

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But it was Jason Donovan who once again set the standard after the Australian actor stormed to the top of the leader board with his own foxtrot which got 33 out of 40 points.
Head judge Len Goodman said: "I was disappointed that two foxtrots were in the bottom two.
But it was in the third part, called Nostalgia, where Dunham explored the territory of jazz dance, with foxtrots and turkey trots, the blues and the Charleston and everything in between.
Couples fall into a conga line and unison foxtrots.
And the master of tongue-in-cheek, witty choreography, Matthew Bourne, provided Dearest Love ("A Fred-and-Ginger number for two men," he called it), in which the suave and debonair Nunn and Hart performed campy foxtrots with versatile fancy footwork and great panache.