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Meaning of DANCING

Pronunciation:  d'ansing

WordNet Dictionary
  1. [n]  taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music
  2. [adj]  moving quickly and excitedly; "on dancing feet"
 Synonyms: active, dance, saltation, terpsichore
 See Also: break dance, break dancing, ceremonial dance, choreography, diversion, duet, hoofing, nauch, nautch, nautch dance, pas de deux, pas seul, pavan, pavane, recreation, ritual dance, ritual dancing, saraband, skank, slam dance, slam dancing, social dancing, stage dancing, step dancing, toe dance, toe dancing, variation



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Webster's 1913 Dictionary
\Dan"cing\, p. a. & vb. n.
from {Dance}.

{Dancing girl}, one of the women in the East Indies whose
   profession is to dance in the temples, or for the
   amusement of spectators. There are various classes of
   dancing girls.

{Dancing master}, a teacher of dancing.

{Dancing school}, a school or place where dancing is taught.

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