clog dance


noun

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

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Origin of clog dance

First recorded in 1880–85

OTHER WORDS FROM clog dance

clog dancer, nounclog dancing, noun

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Example sentences 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.