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dance floor

  1. an area of floor in a disco, etc, where patrons may dance
  2. (as modifier): dance-floor music
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  • We took our places in a canopied enclosure upon the first balcony, some twenty feet above the dance floor.

    Tarrano the Conqueror Raymond King Cummings
  • Mammy June's phaeton was drawn to the edge of this dance floor.

  • He took a last look toward the dance floor and pushed his boss through the curtains toward the outer lobby.

  • Another quality which is often helpful on the dance floor, especially to girls, is the ability to dance.

    Perfect Behavior Donald Ogden Stewart
  • He was looking into the mob on the dance floor for a sign of Jerry.

    The Five Arrows Allan Chase

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