danse macabre

NOUN
  1. a medieval dance in which a skeleton representing death leads a procession of others to the grave
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How To Use danse macabre In A Sentence

  • He picked up one of the jars and swirled it round, watching the contents move in a slow danse macabre. THE LAST TEMPTATION
  • All my dead leaves, they hang to me — and — and go through a kind of danse macabre —’ The Trespasser
  • This danse macabre had once formed an integral part of the stonework of the cathedral at Nogykanizsa. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
  • In a kind of danse macabre, they whirl around its carcass, a symbolic union of rotting flesh, human and bestial. Another Shark Washes Up In the Hamptons
  • The wind, always strongest on this part of the island, had veered southward, and rattled its danse macabre at the doors and windows. COASTLINERS
  • Josephine: It is actually a landler not a danse macabre. wait …. it is a danse de cours not a danse des ... parterre box
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