dancing

All Noun Verb
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  • A band plays mostly country music throughout the day, and dancing is available.
  • He was the only one in out of the children who showed any interest in dancing.
  • By the time she was six, she was already dancing on stage.
  • In any case the dancing seems to have been abandoned quite early.
  • Dancing to different types of music gives a different feel and look.
  • At the end we have the original F major key dancing around the music.
  • Classes are available for children from four years old, in acting singing and dancing.
  • For it is impossible to say where the music and dancing leave off and the story begins.
  • There are stories of seeing the spirit of the chief and men dancing at the park.
  • This annual July event includes national competitions for old-time music and dancing.
  • Folk dancing is still very much in evidence in the Black Sea region.
  • People who heard her singing liked it, so she changed from dancing to singing.
  • The free dance is a part of an ice dancing competition.
  • The original dance was the second of three parts in ice dancing competitions.
  • His mother enrolled him in dancing and acting school at an early age.
  • He graduated second in his class, with top marks in dancing, art and music.
  • Music and dancing are a big part of the festival, and local school and church musical groups often perform.
  • Besides physical and weapons training, boys studied reading, writing, music and dancing.
  • There are also a wide variety of shoes designed for different types of dancing.
  • Academy was also used very loosely for various commercial training schools for dancing and the like.
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Root form of dancing is dance for the verb.

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Synonyms of dancing

Meaning of dancing

  • noun Taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music
  • verb Move in a graceful and rhythmical way
    The young girl danced into the room
  • verb Move in a pattern; usually to musical accompaniment; do or perform a dance
    My husband and I like to dance at home to the radio
  • verb Skip, leap, or move up and down or sideways
    Dancing flames, The children danced with joy