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Noun(1) an artistic form of nonverbal communication(2) a party of people assembled for dancing(3) taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements(4) a party for social dancing
Verb(1) move in a graceful and rhythmical way(2) move in a pattern; usually to musical accompaniment; do or perform a dance(3) skip, leap, or move up and down or sideways
(1) Bhavana plays the second leading lady, and has a dance sequence.(2) As they danced, the rhythm of the song and dance matched the rhythm of the music.(3) she has studied dance with Martha Graham(4) That movie too did not do well at the box office but the dance sequence lingered in the minds of viewers.(5) Nair is a trained dancer in western classical dance , jazz, tap dancing and ballet.(6) Most spoke about how they got boys interested in classical dance and taught them to respect it.(7) The dance steps matched the beat as it sped up and everything intensified with complexity.(8) Later the hotel's chefs took to the stage and made their own finely choreographed rendition of a dance and rhythm extraodinaire!(9) If that contest also ends in a tie, then then each side picks one Justice to re-enact the final dance sequence from Flashdance.(10) For 10 days, this town is inundated with cultural activities, of which dance is a big part, from classical ballet to flamenco.(11) Gray's green eyes still dance with boyish excitement as he points out the lagoons' wonders.(12) The best dance sequence is probably the first, when Hayworth matches Astaire step-for step in a difficult routine.(13) the rules of classical dance(14) he gesticulated comically and did a little dance(15) The only time the heroine actually comes to life is when Alba's body double takes over in the dance sequences.(16) The music is an ecstatic dance , occasionally breaking out into full-throated ardent song.
(1) to dance :: i ddawnsio
1. ball ::
3. sway ::
4. caper ::
5. flicker ::
Different Formsdance, danced, dances, dancing
Word Example from TV Shows
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second DANCE will be
the first DANCE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 10
Why don't we head out
on the DANCE floor
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 3
Now we will begin the DANCE.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
I signed us up for ballroom DANCE class.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 23
If I'd have been there and saw you,
I would've asked you to DANCE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 8
English to Welsh Dictionary: dance
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