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tap dance

noun as in dance with tapping steps

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Logan is a tap dance and yoga aficionado and a prolific self-taught artist whose sculptures, mirrored jewelry, costumes, stage sets, and performance pieces have garnered a wide audience.

In 1985, Mueller wrote a detailed 440-page study of every Astaire move seen in his films from 1933 to 1968, every swoop, tap dance or stutter step.

In a part of the story reflecting on loss and vulnerability, Watts executes a moody tap dance, sometimes deliberately almost losing his balance.

Before covid-19, Delaney — who aspires to be a choreographer when she grows up — used to attend ballet, contemporary, jazz, hip-hop and tap dance classes at least four times a week.

But Kasich will perform some meek tap dance about repeal and replace, leaving the good parts.

In their U.N. tap dance, Mr. Obama made nicer noises than Mr. Rouhani and was willing to be seen with a reluctant Mr. Rouhani.

I have to do this little tap-dance and sell the film to them.

Recognizing the ticklishness of this particular economic idea, Paul begins to tap dance.

Plus, Tina and Brittany got to make use of their tap-dance skills!

The "time-step" and "break" are the keys to tap dancing and must be mastered before the tap dance can be learned.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tap dance, such as: clog dance, step dance, and toe dance.

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