noun, plural fla·men·cos.
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Origin of flamenco
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The one I have right now is very focused on dancers, so I might send people a picture of flamenco dancers or a clip of Bob Fosse and I’ll say, “Look at their posture.”The Lost Year: Exercise in quarantine, keeping a business alive, and the unusual intimacy of Zoom|Emily VanDerWerff|December 31, 2020|Vox
She thanks the band—a neo-folk Flamenco outfit—calling out each member by name.
So they, like flamenco, are part of a tradition invulnerable to trembling before life at its most decidedly bittersweet.
Perico, Naos, and Flamenco, three little islands lying in front of Panama.
A flame of fire is the Arab signification of their name flamenco.Unexplored Spain|Abel Chapman
Presently one of the flamenco women quits her chair, and begins to strike extraordinary postures.The Story of Seville|Walter M. Gallichan
Don Antonio turns to me and shouts in tones of triumph: "¿Qué flamenco, eh?"Rosinante to the Road Again|John Dos Passos
But that which I will teach you will be a classicized Flamenco.Poor Folk in Spain|Jan Gordon