- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dance.
- dance + -ed (Wiktionary)
“Look the facts are these: McCain danced the limbo for illegal immigration advocates, and most Hispanics still voted for the other guy.”
“The Montreal captain danced off to the corner where he was joined by his teammates, who celebrated after blowing a 2-0 lead in the third.”
“Belbin danced in a dress of red, black and hot pink with a red flower in her pulled-back hair.”
“Employees from the Jewel-Osco supermarket chain danced in a giant raised-up shopping cart.”
“We danced, which is to say she danced and I walked around and kicked up a heel now and then, hoping that I was stepping to the music.”
“Gus was now a vastly different fellow from the shiftless, lazy, elusive Gus of old; he worked evenly and steadily onward, and, in consequence, his name danced delightfully near the top of the weekly form-lists of the Fifth Form.”
“Her name danced in illustrious company; here were dukes and earls and viscounts; a sprinkling of the foreign element: begums, emirs, the nation's guests.”
“I must have it," he went on, "I must have it at any price at any price," and again the coins danced in his hat, while his eyes looked knowingly at the proctor.”
“But anyway, safety first; so I kept moving the glass so the word danced around.”
“I remember I used to think I was so suave and hip when I danced, that is, until I was at this charity event for Girls Inc and decided to take belly dancing lessons.”
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By the Pogues, on the LP "Peace and Love." I don't know if it's the stark simplicity of the individual words or the evocative images conjured by their juxtaposition, but I simply love these lyrics....
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