dancing[ dans, dahns ]SEE DEFINITION OF dancing
Synonyms for dancing
- a slave to
- at one's beck and call
- at one's mercy
- in one's clutches
- in one's pocket
- in one's power
- under one's thumb
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DANCING
Papa used to think that she had no talent for anything but dancing.
It came in a most casual voice, despite the dancing delight in her face.
Earlier in the evening there had been a Big Eating at Opata's, and now the men were dancing.
"It was good Medicine, too," spoke up the oldest of the dancing women.
At the last there were left three men and the dancing women.
You hear them calling from the house-tops, and the beat of bare feet on the dancing places.
The Countess, breathless from dancing, burst in upon the little group.
But dancing was the only feminine accomplishment with which she had any acquaintance.
Lady Glenthorn and her set were dancing, and I was tired of these sounds of gaiety.
She had been dancing, and she was warm and red, her hair blowzed about her head.