Words nearby Dixieland
How to use Dixieland in a sentence
One was wondering how near, or how far, were the days when he would see the old home-folks once again "way back in Dixieland."Across America by Motor-cycle|C. K. Shepherd
I'd have liked to hear more—it was Dixieland times two—what the Psis call Psixieland.Modus Vivendi|Gordon Randall Garrett
Then each couple started to examine the boat in which they purposed taking that long dash toward Dixieland.Motor Boat Boys Mississippi Cruise|Louis Arundel
British Dictionary definitions for Dixieland
Cultural definitions for Dixieland
A kind of jazz originating in New Orleans, Louisiana, in the early twentieth century. The rhythms of Dixieland are usually rapid, and it generally includes many improvised sections for individual instruments.