dance[ dans, dahns ]SEE DEFINITION OF dance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DANCE
If he had known it, it was with the Dance of Death on the bridge of Lucerne.
Would she come laughing, with all the triumph of the dance bright in her face?
Won't they dance, even for charity, except in their own houses?
Get up here and dance, and don't sit there like a bear nursing a sore paw.
Where shall we set the tables, if we dance in the dining room?
Jim DID cry, and rip and dance and carry on, he was so thankful and out of his mind for joy.
Three times did he repeat this song, and as often did he encircle the post in his dance.
And of course I shall not dance, as I'm still in half mourning.
Doesn't he look as if he loved to dance, snapping his fingers to keep time?
They were to dine on the lawn, in a large marquee, and to dance in the evening.