Definition for dance

noun as in moving feet and body to music

noun as in party for moving to music

Strongest matches

disco, prom

Weak matches

hoedown, sock hop

verb as in move body or feet to music

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Example Sentences

This “ordered dance” of electrons could give rise to the fast radio burst by converting the energy of the electrons’ movement into radio waves, Metzger says.

Cycling, high-intensity interval training, yoga, and dance are among the weekly workouts.

From Fortune

Whether your kid likes hip-hop, Zumba, or just bopping around the living room to some Disney tunes, there’s an online dance class that will get them sweating.

Never mind that its primary content is teenage dance videos.

From Fortune

Most viewers never notice the gorilla — even when it stops to do a funny dance.

Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance is a different sound for you.

Twelve-year-old dance prodigy Maddie Ziegler has suffered the wrath of Dance Moms tyrant Abby Lee Miller.

And with the dance sequence, we wanted something very physical.

“My dance instructor always says she earns most of her income from private teaching,” says Monir.

Even for Arabic dance no one wears a long dress, just a scarf around the hips.

The moon seemed to smile on him; the aurora appeared to dance with unwonted vigour, as if in glee; the very stars winked at him!

Dance-giving mammas were anxious to secure the success of their entertainments by obtaining the presence of "lovely Mrs. Haggard."

Aristide picked it up and began to dance and shake his fist at the invisible police.

The first curtsey I remember receiving, except of course in the stately ceremonies of the dance.

But you, so formed to shine—to eclipse all others—do you never dance, seorita?


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On this page you'll find 103 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dance, such as: disco, samba, tango, waltz, boogie, and charleston.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.