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[dan-see, dahn-]
adjective, dan·ci·er, dan·ci·est.
  1. suitable for or conducive to dancing; danceable.
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Examples from the Web for dancy

Historical Examples of dancy

  • Dancy, for the honour of the Army, avoid further scandal if you can.

    Loyalties (Fifth Series Plays)

    John Galsworthy

  • I came down with Dancy this morning, and he knew nothing about it.

  • And I should be very glad if it came about that this helped Captain Dancy.

  • Not so mad as the conclusion Dancy jumped to when he lighted on my balcony.

  • The General happened to put his hand on Dancy's shoulder, and it was damp.