After the Court, which launched her in society, she and Knight (with a list supplied by Connie) gave a dinner-dance.
Arethusa had not the faintest idea what a "dinner-dance" might be.
On the following Wednesday evening there was a dinner-dance at the country club.
The house is full of people, as they are having a dinner-dance tonight.
I'm taking my dress clothes over to Westmore—they're having a dinner-dance to-night.
Mrs. Selfridge gave a dinner-dance at the club that night and her guests came in furs of great variety and much value.
She wanted her dinner-dance to be smart, to have the atmosphere she had found in the New York cabarets.
The hockey game, the dinner-dance, and the holiday preparations made the very air seem to tingle with excitement and anticipation.
And whenever I do get one I am certain to see that you have been to a dinner-dance here, to a bal poudr there.
They were given a grand baile (ball) and fiesta (feast), a kind of dinner-dance, we would call it.
a formal social occasion involving dinner and dancing