verb (used without object), danced, danc·ing.
verb (used with object), danced, danc·ing.
Origin of dance
Examples from the Web for dance
Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance is a different sound for you.
Twelve-year-old dance prodigy Maddie Ziegler has suffered the wrath of Dance Moms tyrant Abby Lee Miller.See Burly Shia LaBeouf Interpretive Cage Fight Lil Sia in the Singer’s Fantastic New Music Video|Marlow Stern|January 7, 2015|DAILY BEAST
And with the dance sequence, we wanted something very physical.Coffee Talk with Fred Armisen: On ‘Portlandia,’ Meeting Obama, and Taylor Swift’s Greatness|Marlow Stern|January 7, 2015|DAILY BEAST
“My dance instructor always says she earns most of her income from private teaching,” says Monir.
Even for Arabic dance no one wears a long dress, just a scarf around the hips.
The colonel had looked upon him with sombre eyes the night of the dance.Lanier of the Cavalry|Charles King
The song and the dance are broken off, never to be resumed, when the staid footfall of the lady is heard approaching.Milton|Sir Walter Alexander Raleigh
After the dance had continued about an hour, the two ladies, who were apprehensive of catching cold, moved to break up the ball.The Vicar of Wakefield|Oliver Goldsmith
The very day of their dance, Kitty Chester's engagement came out.Boston Neighbours In Town and Out|Agnes Blake Poor
While I was hesitating, a woman came toward me from the direction of the dance.Le Cocu (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XVIII)|Charles Paul de Kock
British Dictionary definitions for dance
- a social meeting arranged for dancing; ball
- (as modifier)a dance hall
Word Origin for dance
Idioms and Phrases with dance
In addition to the idioms beginning with dance
- dance attendance on
- dance to another tune
- lead a chase (dance)
- song and dance