dance floor

    • an area of floor in a disco, etc, where patrons may dance

    • (as modifier): dance-floor music

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How to use dance floor in a sentence

  • His watery gaze wandered lazily to the bar mirror, down to the glittering array of bottles and then out to the dance floor.

    The Holes and John Smith | Edward W. Ludwig
  • And it was at this very moment that a wave of silence, beginning at the door, rushed across Milligan's dance floor.

    Gunman's Reckoning | Max Brand
  • Straight to the middle of the dance floor went Jack Landis, red-faced, with long, heavy steps.

    Gunman's Reckoning | Max Brand
  • A moment later Donnegan was threading his way across the dance floor to Nelly Lebrun, with all eyes turned in his direction.

    Gunman's Reckoning | Max Brand
  • There is a commotion at the entrance on the other side of the dance floor, where some people all dressed up come in.

    The Flying Cuspidors | V. R. Francis