clog dance


noun

a dance in which clogs, or heavy shoes, are worn for hammering out the lively rhythm.

Nearby words

  1. clodhopping,
  2. clodpoll,
  3. cloete,
  4. clofibrate,
  5. clog,
  6. clogger,
  7. cloggy,
  8. cloison,
  9. cloisonne,
  10. cloisonné

Origin of clog dance

First recorded in 1880–85

Related formsclog dancer, nounclog dancing, noun

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Examples from the Web for clog dance

  • And then he sketched a clog-dance on the hard-trodden snow of the pavement, with a mouth quite full of chestnuts.

    It Never Can Happen Again|William De Morgan
  • And George, he can clog-dance, and play the banjo like a pro-fessional.