Then, handing me back my iPad, he said nonchalantly in a really good mock-English accent, “Sorry, chap, my dance card is full.”
When you looked Josephines dance card over early in the evening you failed to put your name down for more than one dance number.
“She had her dance card full and was splitting her waltzes,” supplied Mary, who was just back from an afternoon at Winsted.
He took the dance card out of his pocket and looked at it again.
New Yorkers are sensible, if only for this reason, for having banished the dance card.
"Please don't," begged Belle suddenly, gripping her dance card tightly.
As they neared the picturesque figure, King Lear bowed low before Patty, and held out his hand for her dance card.
a list of activities that one is involved in
A putative list of priorities, engagements, etc: Kissinger's dance card that week included a party for Margaret Thatcher/ Suddenly, the Iraqi leader had maneuvered himself to the top of Mr. Clinton's dance card (1980s+)