from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A lively swing dance for couples. Also called lindy hop.
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- n. a jitterbug, originated in Harlem (New York)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. an energetic American dance that was popular in the 1930s (probably named for the aviator Charles Lindbergh).
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- n. an energetic American dance that was popular in the 1930s (probably named for the aviator Charles Lindbergh)
"Back then it was known as the lindy, but I suspect it actually was the dance currently called East Coast swing."
She taken sick in de night, and I kyar'ed her a bottle of M'lindy's medercine.
Use shad raps or thundersticks for cranks, or a jig or lindy rig with a leech minnow or crawler.
They got a 22 back in Week 2 after losing points for lifts and, according to Len, doing too much of a lindy hop, so they want to make sure it's all jive all the time this time.
For the record, we've no affection at all for the brutal, autocratic regime in North Korea, but we nevertheless see the appeal of a military culture that seems to think that their best means of intimidation is to spend all day lindy-hopping around the town square.
They got a 22 for this way back in Week 2 when Len accused them of doing too much of a lindy hop.
Yes | No | Report from archer88 wrote 51 weeks 5 days ago try a lindy rig and depending on the water an erie dearie is always good for something different!
A lindy rig is a small hook tied to about 5-7 feet of line tied then to a swivel.
We'll put together like a 30-to-40-second routine mix of jive, swing and lindy and go from there.
Gorgeously, Wapping is also hosting a series of participatory dance nights themed around 1920s dances the charleston and tango, ballroom dances such as the waltz and foxtrot, Latin dances, salsa and calypso, plus a rock'n'roll, lindy-hop and jitterbug night.
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