[ US /ˈdænsɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dˈɑːnsɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dˈɑːnsɪŋ/ ]
- taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music
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- Rupert Grint is adorable as a wuss (his sleeptalking "tapdancing spiders" bit? so funny). evolver Diary Entry
- The kings of the heartogram didn't fail to impress, with a diverse crowd gathered, including everyone from young punks to soccer moms and even a haggard old bat dancing around in lingerie.
- copasetic" [used so nicely in "West L.A. Fadeaway"] -- and such stunts as dancing down Broadway in 1939 from Columbus Circle to 44th Street in celebration of his sixty-first birthday. The Annotated "Alabama Getaway"
- The floor began to vibrate from all of the feet stomping and dancing.
- I was standing in some kind of wooded area and looking around Probably trying to find any distraction to keep me from going for my lecture and I did eventually find that tap-dancing squirrel but that's a story for another post and then somehow bits and pieces began to hit me. Archive 2005-02-01
- Even after hours of non-stop dancing into the wee hours, most people find that they are rejuvenated and full of energy.
- Yet Highland culture continues to flourish through the Gaelic language, piping, ceilidhs (informal gatherings with traditional music, dancing and poetry) and a full schedule of Highland games.
- (The show's skillful book, which interrupts the singing and dancing with pogroms and exile, is based on stories by Sholom Aleichem.) With Harvey Fierstein as Tevye, 'Fiddler' roars right along
- Bands, dancing and Gurkha storytelling will also feature, while the more energetic visitors can have a go at an Army climbing wall or aerial ropeway.
- The game could be played in the reverse, where the metric is the number of people you see singing along/tapping feet/dancing. Hello Whatever I Will Call It