slam dance

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Synonyms for slam dance

a form of dancing in which dancers slam into one another

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A blend of acoustic but mostly heavy percussion and booming bass, Bif could be a slam dance between Lita Ford and Tern Nun with a drop of Tool.
IvyGene's founders puke when the stock plummets and then do a kooky slam dance when it spikes back up.
In the wake of that unforeseen event, intellectuals of all stripes have scrambled, in a sudden reversal of the long labor of German postwar "coming to terms with the past," and in a convulsive and contentious slam dance of ideas, to come to terms also with the present and to fit the past into a new understanding of Germany as a no longer divided nation.
"While honeybees perform a pretty ballet," he says, "bum blebees perform something more like a slam dance."
Mackenzie, who attends Castle Bromwich Infants School, said: "I'm really looking forward to doing the Cancer Slam dance. I hope it will make more people sign up for Race for Life and raise more money for research."
Mylo has also been confirmed to play the Slam dance tent at this summer's sold out T in the Park festival.
"He didn't slam dance with the kids in the pit or anything like that, but he didn't seem like he felt out of place.
Then there's the Slam Dance Tent with Orbital and Groove Armada both putting in appearances among some of the finest House and Techno DJs around...
Headlining the Slam dance tent at the Balado festival, Orbital hope to make up for last year when they were earmarked forT In The Park, but pulled out due to the impending fatherhood of elder brother Paul.