[ UK /kwˈɪkstɛp/ ]
- a ballroom dance with both quick and slow steps
- military march accompanying quick time
- perform a quickstep
How To Use quickstep In A Sentence
- I was a bit afraid of the quickstep because everyone said it was challenging. Dancing's Petra Nemcova: I Hope I Can Break the Model Curse
- They married 18 months later and would quickstep together in what is now the new home of Tanwood, the old scout hall.
- The producers of Broadway's hottest hit announced today that Mary Murphy of FOX's "So You Think You Can Dance" will make her Broadway debut for one night only on Tuesday, December 22nd at 7 PM, when she "quicksteps" into the BURN THE FLOOR company at the Longacre Theatre. BroadwayWorld.com San Antonio Stories
- She breathed a sigh of relief as the orchestra finished the quickstep they'd been playing.
- On my favorite dance show, "So You Think You Can Dance," they call the quickstep the "Kiss of Death" because it is intricate, quick and not necessarily as big a crowd pleaser as the more dramatic or romantic dances - so any couple who gets burdened with it usually ends up going home the next week. mjsbigblog
- We practiced the cha-cha, quickstep, jive and samba, all of which are coming along quite well.
- He believed the footwork required for the quickstep was a crucial ingredient of batting skill. BBC News - Home
- The foxtrot is still danced every night of the week in hundreds of modern sequence dance clubs around the country, along with the waltz, quickstep, tango, rhumba, cha cha, jive, mambo, salsa, saunter, blues, swing and so on.
- Waltz, foxtrot, and quickstep were the popular ballroom dances.
- Some of the better dancers among the youngsters are experts not only in folk and traditional dances, but also in ballroom dances like foxtrot, quickstep, waltz and tango, to say nothing of Latin dances such as rumba, samba, jive and salsa.