Gay Gordons

/ (ˈɡɔːdənz) /

  1. (functioning as singular) British an energetic old-time dance

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How to use Gay Gordons in a sentence

  • Huntly was a double dealer; “the Gay Gordons” were ever brave, loyal, and bewildered by their chiefs.

  • Glenlogie and Geordie were of the 'Gay Gordons,' and had the 'sprightly turn' that is held to be an inheritance of the race.

    The Balladists | John Geddie
  • The Gay Gordons were greatly incensed on my setting before them their new status.

    With The Immortal Seventh Division | E. J. Kennedy and the Lord Bishop of Winchester
  • However, she cared for nobody; and some said it was for the sake of a far-away cousin of her own, one of the 'Gay Gordons.'

    Olive | Dinah Maria Craik, (AKA Dinah Maria Mulock)