danced[ dans, dahns ]SEE DEFINITION OF danced
Synonyms for danced
Antonyms for danced
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DANCED
He dislikes to have me visit Aspasia; and was angry because I danced with Alcibiades.
She danced around it, she repeated constantly: "This bush is like me; it is like me!"
They sang and they danced by instinct and as an expression of social feeling.
She danced around in such excitement that Fritz barked wildly.
But they had other measures, too, and they danced them very prettily.
The flowers of the hillside all awakened, and they, too, danced and sang.
He could have danced for joy; yet, when Mr. Minturn said, "Well, will you come?"
Annabel danced round and about him, provokingly eluding his grasp.
She shrieked, she laughed, she danced, she flew with him round and round.
Alice danced gracefully and well, but not so well as Walter.
c.1300, from dance (v.).