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ice dance


      n   any of a number of dances, mostly based on ballroom dancing, performed by a couple skating on ice  
  ice dancer      n  
  ice dancing      n  
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1    intr   to move the feet and body rhythmically, esp. in time to music  
2    tr   to perform (a particular dance)  
3    intr   to skip or leap, as in joy, etc.  
4    to move or cause to move in a light rhythmic way  
5    dance attendance on (someone)   to attend (someone) solicitously or obsequiously  
6    a series of rhythmic steps and movements, usually in time to music  
   Related adj       Terpsichorean  
7    an act of dancing  
a    a social meeting arranged for dancing; ball  
b    (as modifier)  
a dance hall     
9    a piece of music in the rhythm of a particular dance form, such as a waltz  
10    dancelike movements made by some insects and birds, esp. as part of a behaviour pattern  
11    lead (someone) a dance     (Brit)  
informal   to cause (someone) continued worry and exasperation; play up  
     (C13: from Old French dancier)  
  danceable      adj  
  dancer      n  
  dancing      n, adj  

apache dance  
      n   a fast violent dance in French vaudeville, supposedly between a Parisian gangster and his girl  
barn dance  
1      (Brit)   a progressive round country dance  
2      (U.S. and Canadian)   a party with hoedown music and square-dancing  
3    a party featuring country dancing  
4    a disco or party held in a barn  
belly dance  
1    a sensuous and provocative dance of Middle Eastern origin, performed by women, with undulating movements of the hips and abdomen  
2    intr   to perform such a dance  
  belly dancer      n  
break dance  
1    an acrobatic dance style of the 1980s  
2    intr   to perform a break dance  
  break dancer      n  
  break dancing      n  
country dance  
      n   a type of folk dance in which couples are arranged in sets and perform a series of movements, esp. facing one another in a line  
  country dancing      n  
dance of death  
      n   a pictorial, literary, or musical representation, current esp. in the Middle Ages, of a dance in which living people, in order of social precedence, are led off to their graves, by a personification of death,   (Also called (French))    danse macabre  
      n   a formal dinner followed by dancing  
fan dance  
      n   a dance in which large fans are manipulated in front of the body, partially revealing or suggesting nakedness  
folk dance  
1    any of various traditional rustic dances often originating from festivals or rituals  
2    a piece of music composed for such a dance  
  folk-dance   intr  
3    to perform a folk dance  
  folk dancing      n  
formation dance  
      n   any dance in which a number of couples form a certain arrangement, such as two facing lines or a circle, and perform a series of figures within or based on that arrangement  
  formation dancing      n  
ghost dance  
      n   a religious dance of certain North American Indians, connected with a political movement (from about 1888) that looked to reunion with the dead and a return to an idealized state of affairs before Europeans came  
ice dance  
      n   any of a number of dances, mostly based on ballroom dancing, performed by a couple skating on ice  
  ice dancer      n  
  ice dancing      n  
modern dance  
      n   a style of free and expressive theatrical dancing not bound by the classical rules of ballet  
morris dance  
      n   any of various old English folk dances usually performed by men (morris men) to the accompaniment of violin, concertina, etc. The dancers are adorned with bells and often represent characters from folk tales,   (Often shortened to)    morris  
     (C15 moreys daunce Moorish dance. See Moor)  
  morris dancing      n  
old-time dance  
      n     (Brit)   a formal or formation dance, such as the lancers  
  old-time dancing      n  
poi dance  
      n     (N.Z.)   a women's formation dance that involves singing and manipulating a poi  
round dance  
1    a dance in which the dancers form a circle  
2    a ballroom dance, such as the waltz, in which couples revolve  
Saint Vitus's dance  
      n   usually abbreviated to   , St Vitus's dance     (Pathol)      a nontechnical name for       Sydenham's chorea  
     (C17: so called because sufferers traditionally prayed to Saint Vitus (3rd-century child martyr) for relief)  
slam dance  
      vb   to hurl oneself repeatedly into or through a crowd at a rock-music concert  
snake dance  
1    a ceremonial dance, performed by the priests of the American Hopi Indians, in which live snakes are held in the mouth  
a    the swaying movements of snakes responding to a snake charmer  
b    a Hindu dance in which performers imitate such snake movements  
song and dance  
1      (Brit)   a fuss, esp. one that is unnecessary  
2      (U.S. and Canadian)   a long or elaborate story or explanation, esp. one that is evasive  
square dance  
1      (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian)   any of various formation dances, such as a quadrille, in which the couples form squares  
2    intr   to perform such a dance  
  square-dancer      n  
step dance  
      n   a dance in which a display of steps is more important than gesture or posture, esp. a solo dance  
sun dance  
      n   a North American Indian ceremony associated with the sun, performed at the summer solstice  
sword dance  
      n   a dance in which the performers dance nimbly over swords on the ground or brandish them in the air  
  sword dancer      n  
  sword dancing      n  
tap dance  
1    a step dance in which the performer wears shoes equipped with taps that make a rhythmic sound on the stage as he dances  
  tap-dance   intr  
2    to perform a tap dance  
  tap-dancer      n  
  tap-dancing      n  
tea dance  
      n   a dance held in the afternoon at which tea is served  
toe dance  
1    a dance performed on tiptoe  
2    intr     (Ballet)   to dance on pointes  
  toe dancer      n  
war dance  
1    a ceremonial dance performed before going to battle or after victory, esp. by certain North American Indian peoples  
2    a dance representing warlike action  

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      vb   bob up and down, caper, cut a rug     (informal)   frolic, gambol, hop, jig, prance, rock, skip, spin, sway, swing, trip, whirl  
      n   ball, dancing party, disco, discotheque, hop     (informal)   knees-up     (Brit. informal)   social  

song and dance     
ado, commotion, flap     (informal)   fuss, hoo-ha, kerfuffle     (informal)   pantomime     (informal)   performance     (informal)   pother, shindig     (informal)   shindy     (informal)   stir, to-do  

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activity involving dumping a bucket of ice water on your head and challenge other three friends to do so in order to promote awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and encourage donations to research.
also called "ice water challenge", viral campaign on social media during July–August 2014
dance in a both sensual and provocative manner involving a low squatting stance while thrusting hips and buttocks movements suggesting a sexual acte
Ex.: In 2013, a pop star twerking on stage at the MTV VMA created a huge buzz on social networks making the term "twerk" popular worldwide and likely contributing towards its entry in the dictionary
person skilled for an activity, especially for one involving motion (like sports; dance)
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