war dance

NOUN
  1. a ceremonial dance performed before a battle or after a victory
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How To Use war dance In A Sentence

  • I peered over. There stood Sir Henry doing nothing less than a 11)tribal war dance of sheer unashamed 12)ecstasy.
  • About 350 men and boys took part in a haka - a war dance.
  • Before a rugby match, the New Zealand team perform a Maori war dance.
  • Meanwhile, a distinct rhythm of drumming for a war dance is audible in the present.
  • When we walked in this area we were just leaving the grassy patch to walk down when we encountered a flock of fantails fluttering to and fro across the path in a kind of war dance defending their territory.
  • He did a war dance down the track as he had Trevor White caught at first slip by Byas and another jig followed when he smashed down Iain Sutcliffe's stumps to end the day.
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