dance


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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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She danced, and she was forced to dance through the gloomy night.
And she danced, and must dance, over fields and meadows, in rain and sunshine, by night and day; but at night it was the most fearful.
Poyser's argument or to something else, "I'll dance whichever dance she's free.
I've got no partner for the fourth dance," said Hetty; "I'll dance that with you, if you like.
The Dance of Barsoom bears a relation similar to the more formal dancing functions of Mars that The Grand March does to ours, though it is infinitely more intricate and more beautiful.
In the ever-changing figures of the dance the man found himself now with the girl's hand in his and again with an arm about the lithe body that the jeweled harness but inadequately covered, and the girl, though she had danced a thousand dances in the past, realized for the first time the personal contact of a man's arm against her naked flesh.
If they must dance, they had better dance at Randalls.
The further off from England the nearer is to France-- Then turn not pale, beloved snail, but come and join the dance.
Polly walked beside Dorothy a while, holding her new friend's hand as if she feared to let it go; but her nature seemed as light and buoyant as her fleecy robes, for suddenly she darted ahead and whirled round in a giddy dance.
They're grouched because they got to dance together.
It was midnight and the dance was now at its height.
Nothing but the stern discipline of her bringing-up supported her and forced her to do what was expected of her, that is, to dance, to answer questions, to talk, even to smile.
They leant over the gate by the highway, and inquired as to the meaning of the dance and the white-frocked maids.
This was the count's favorite dance, which he had danced in his youth.
Crayford, in one of the intervals of the dance, turns on Miss Burnham.