noun, plural far·an·doles [far-uh n-dohlz; French fa-rahn-dawl] /ˈfær ənˌdoʊlz; French fa rɑ̃ˈdɔl/.
Examples from the Web for farandole
Inside the ballroom the orchestra was still playing the farandole.Lorraine|Robert W. Chambers
At last we got on towards the end, and they began the farandole.The Visits of Elizabeth|Elinor Glyn
When this rite was ended, the music shifted to a livelier key and straightway a farandole was formed.The Christmas Kalends of Provence|Thomas A. Janvier
Suddenly a long dancing line formed, a farandole, and it began to run and leap, growing at each twist and turn.The Enemies of Women|Vicente Blasco Ibez
As in the dance called the farandole, where a number of people join bands and dance in a long line.Contes Franais|Douglas Labaree Buffum