- n. a solo tap dance emphasizing sharp taps
“I'll meet you outside, after the last act," Martin whispered, the while his face showed undivided interest in the buck-and-wing dancing on the stage.”
“In a live feed where news is breaking, they buck-and-wing while research staffs scramble to Google up information to make them look a little less piteous.”
“Sure, and why not do a buck-and-wing and holler "Yowza" while you're at it.”
“From a buck-and-wing, DBS quickly maneuvered into a bossa-nova, followed by a Russian country dance.”
“Through a mammoth effort, Becky was able to suppress her first instinct, which was to break into a joyous buck-and-wing while belting out “Happy Days Are Here Again.””
“They went round and round, jerking in a buck-and-wing, bent at the waist, stepping with high knees, their faces alternately staring down at their feet on the ground and bending back to speculate on the blanked heavens.”
“Whereupon two or three youngsters jumped out and performed a good imitation of a buck-and-wing dance.”
“Doc's part in the evening's entertainment was a buck-and-wing dance of a most violent sort, and when he had finished, Jarrow told him to serve all hands with a tot of rum.”
“Yet, Sally, jolted by the train, which towards the small hours seemed to be trying out some new buck-and-wing steps of its own invention, slept ill, and presently, as she lay awake, there came to her bedside the Spectre of Doubt, gaunt and questioning.”
“Archibald, mark you, whose golf was a kind of blend of hockey, Swedish drill, and buck-and-wing dancing.”
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