Then at a signal began a round dance, such as I had never seen before,—the Hnen-odori, as anciently performed in Kizuki.
They whirled in a round dance as they met, forming a great whirlpool.
Why does Arch-Bishop Elder inhibit the round dance even in day-light?
On returning, the crowd dances a horo (round dance) about the glowing logs.
The exhibition concluded with a round dance, which was thought to be very pretty, perhaps because it was exceedingly lively.
A round dance that originated in Bohemia; the music of which is in quick, triple time.
Now my gentlemen, take your partners, we was just a-going to begin a round dance.
He would like to have drawn a round dance, a drunken old man, the rapid passage of a troka.
Carole (Tyrwhitt—the other editions have dance) was a round dance.
The dance p. 101which Mr. Casals—himself a Catalan—described to me, is a round dance of some complexity.