1. a square-dance figure; two dancers approach each other and circle back to back before returning to their original places
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How To Use do-si-do In A Sentence

  • I used to babysit for a couple who would go every week to do-si-do at one of the local churches. The Nervous Breakdown
  • Not only will we not be cheek-to-cheek, you will not get so much as a do-si-do.
  • May 11, 2010 at 10:39 am swing ur partner, do-si-do! This children is called a - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • When the caller hollered do-si-do, you knew Uncle Pen was ready to go. Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys Converge In Kentucky
  • Line up, grab your partners and do-si-do to the rousing sounds.
  • Who is perceived as having the more grown-up job, someone who can diagnose, debate, or do-si-do?
  • They were doing this big do-si-do number in front of the Bank of America. FURTHER TALES OF THE CITY
  • It improbably and effectively twists a simple rural do-si-do rhythm into a creepy backdrop.
  • They were avid square-dancers, often do-si-doing with fellow church members.
  • The quiet, deep-grey power of the river flows as steadily as time itself, a dance floor where ferries, barges, and sightseeing boats do their lumbering do-si-do past fabled and treacherous rocks. Rick Steves: The Rhine River Rages With History
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