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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 over the churchyard, but the dead did not dance--they had something better to do than to dance. She wished to seat herself on a poor man's grave, where the bitter tansy grew; but for her there was neither peace nor rest; and when she danced towards the open church door, she saw an angel standing there.
She danced, and she was forced to dance through the gloomy night.
"I've got no partner for the fourth dance," said Hetty; "I'll dance that with you, if you like."
Poyser, "but you mun dance the first dance, Adam, else it'll look partic'ler.
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.
A private dance, without sitting down to supper, was pronounced an infamous fraud upon the rights of men and women; and Mrs.
May I hope for the honour of your hand for the two first dances of this little projected ball, to be given, not at Randalls, but at the Crown Inn?"
Said he thanked the whiting kindly, but he would not join the dance.
They're grouched because they got to dance together.
"Do you dance much in London?" They were both breathing fast, and both a little excited, though each was determined not to show any excitement at all.
"He asked her for the mazurka before me," said Countess Nordston, knowing Kitty would understand who were "he" and "her." "She said: 'Why, aren't you going to dance it with Princess Shtcherbatskaya?""
They leant over the gate by the highway, and inquired as to the meaning of the dance and the white-frocked maids.
He had not finished the last verse before the young people began to get ready to dance in the large hall, and the sound of the feet and the coughing of the musicians were heard from the gallery.
For the moment, the dance which is in progress is a quadrille.