dancing school

NOUN
  1. a school in which students learn to dance
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How To Use dancing school In A Sentence

  • It is set in a dancing school, which opens with a scene of disarray (music and chairs scattered around).
  • Which was hard because my aunt ran a dancing school and she was often not there. Everyday Violence
  • In the interests of good business the more enterprising among them published periodicals in which they indulged in self-advertisement and exchanged ideas about activities in a dancing school.
  • Which was hard because my aunt ran a dancing school and she was often not there. Everyday Violence
  • Which was hard because my aunt ran a dancing school and she was often not there. Everyday Violence
  • Pipers, fiddlers and dancing masters always made sure to stop off in Callinafercy and it was customary to hold a dancing school every winter with the Hanafins' barn selected as the perfect venue.
  • It began politely enough, with bows and curtsies being made, as taught at the dancing school, while the presents mounted up. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
  • Which was hard because my aunt ran a dancing school and she was often not there. Everyday Violence
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