dance

dance
Synonyms and related words:
Charleston, Highland fling, Lambeth Walk, Mexican hat dance, Portland fancy, Virginia reel, Watusi, acid rock, allemande, antic, arabesque, assemblee, assembly, assignation, at home, avant-garde jazz, bal, bal costume, bal masque, ball, ballet, balletic, ballroom dancing, ballroom music, barn dance, beam, beat, beating, bebop, belly dance, bicker, bolero, boogaloo, boogie-woogie, bop, bourree, boutade, branle, brawl, breakdown, bunny hop, cakewalk, can-can, caper, caracole, carol, carry on, caucus, cavort, cha-cha, chasse, chirp, chirrup, chonchina, choreodrama, choreography, clap hands, classical ballet, clog, colloquium, comedy ballet, commission, committee, conclave, concourse, conga, congregation, congress, conventicle, convention, convocation, cotillion, council, country dance, country rock, coupe, courante, curvet, cut a dido, cut capers, cut up, dance drama, dance music, dances, dancing, date, delight, diet, disport, eisteddfod, exult, fan dance, fancy-dress ball, fandango, festivity, fete, flamenco, flap, flick, flicker, flickering, flickering light, fling, flip, flit, flitter, flop, flounce, flutter, fluttering, folk dance, folk rock, fool around, foot, foot it, forgathering, forum, fox trot, fox-trot, frisk, frolic, galliard, gambade, gambado, gambol, gathering, gavotte, german, get-together, glancing light, glory, glow, go pitapat, grapevine, gutter, hard rock, hokey-pokey, hoof, hoof it, hoofing, hootchy-kootchy, hop, hopak, hornpipe, horse around, hot jazz, housewarming, hover, hula, hula-hula, hustle, interpretative dance, jazz, jig, jive, joy, jubilate, kola, lambency, lancers, laugh, leap, levee, light show, lilt, limbo, lindy, mainstream jazz, mambo, mask, masked ball, masque, masquerade, masquerade ball, mazurka, meet, meeting, minuet, mixer, modern ballet, modern dance, monkey, musical suite, ox dance, pachanga, palpitate, palpitation, panel, party, pas, pas de deux, pas seul, paso doble, passamezzo, peabody, pitapat, pitter-patter, play, play of light, plenum, polka, polonaise, prance, prom, promenade, pulse, quadrille, quaver, quickstep, quiver, quivering, quorum, radiate cheer, rag, ragtime, rain dance, rally, reception, record hop, reel, rejoice, rendezvous, revel, rhythm-and-blues, rigadoon, rock, rock-and-roll, rollick, romp, rumba, samba, sashay, seance, session, shake, shimmy, shindig, shindy, shuffle, sing, sit-in, sitting, skip, skip for joy, slat, smile, snake dance, social, soiree, sparkle, splutter, sport, sputter, square dance, stag dance, step, strathspey, suite, suite of dances, swim, swing, sword dance, symposium, syncopated music, syncopation, synod, tango, tap dance, tap dancing, tap-dance, tarantella, tea dance, terpsichore, terpsichorean, the dansant, the new music, throb, tread, tremble, trepak, trip, truck, turkey trot, turnout, twist, valse, waltz, war dance, wave, waver, whistle, wobble

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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