dance music

  1. music that is suitable for dancing

  2. Also called: dance pop music with a strong electronic rhythm

Words Nearby dance music

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How to use dance music in a sentence

  • A mechanical piano in a further room drummed out hideous dance-music to swirling groups in frank abandon.

    The Woman Gives | Owen Johnson
  • The New Orleans Orgy started while a local radio station was broadcasting some of this new dance-music.

    Hunter Patrol | Henry Beam Piper and John J. McGuire
  • The melody of the dance music which all along had seeped to them in harmonic murmur from the distant ballroom was now hushed.

    The Tigress | Anne Warner
  • Musard had a genius for making pot-pourris of operatic tunes and for introducing new effects, especially into dance music.

    Vie de Bohme | Orlo Williams
  • It was gay with bright dresses, and a military band played dance music, though no one danced.

    Polly the Pagan | Isabel Anderson