dance step

NOUN
  1. a sequence of foot movements that make up a particular dance
    he taught them the waltz step
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How To Use dance step In A Sentence

  • Slightly unsteady on her feet, she still managed a few cheerful dance steps with Oviedo. Times, Sunday Times
  • They have already laid aside their other laughter, that of mothers braiding their daughters 'hair, or of the dance steps of the plump-faced girls tumbling to their first retsina at the age of three. The Dance Begins
  • Slightly unsteady on her feet, she still managed a few cheerful dance steps with Oviedo. Times, Sunday Times
  • Importantly, during her explanation, she demonstrates dance steps that convey events in the narrative.
  • They are imitating the complex dance steps and hand jives that the group perform in their videos.
  • Find a partner and practise these new dance steps.
  • It hadn't taken Todd long to pick up on the dance steps; to Rachel's surprise Todd had a knack for dancing.
  • I can rustle up an eight-course Indian meal after a week of cooking, my bhangra dance steps are starting to resemble the real thing, and I hanker after Shahrukh Khan rather than George Clooney. India In Chicago: A Guide To Devon Avenue
  • Their enforcement of correct dance steps, which required strict tempo music, also deterred bands from jazz improvisation. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Learning a vocabulary of dance steps has become as essential for the clued-up traveller as carrying the latest Rough Guide phrase book.
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