from The Century Dictionary.

  • Dancing.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb Dancing.

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  • adverb Dancing.


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  • Does the Hillary loan come from the adance she received years ago on her memoirs?

    Hillary Loaned Her Campaign $5 Million, Spokesperson Confirms

  • As the musicians play popular Jewish melodies, the streets become adance stage for well choreographed circle dances and line dances -- each song withits own special dance steps.

    Israel - The Rebirth of a Nation

  • Apologies in adance for not doing the link properly so it has to be copied and pasted into the address bar.

    Is The Oppression of Women The Root Of All Oppressions?

  • To awake as the summer sun came slanting over the hill-tops, with hope on every beam adance to the laughter of the morning; to see the leaves across the window ruffling on the fresh new air, and the tendrils of the powdery vine turning from their beaded sleep.

    Lorna Doone

  • It sent huge misshapen shadows adance over the walls.

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • It sent huge misshapen shadows adance over the walls.

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • Radetic came puffing up, features oddly adance in the firelight.

    The Fire In His Hands

  • The sensitive flame dives for shelter, shadows across the table sent adance, darkening toward the other room-then it leaps high, the shadows drawing inward again, fully two feet, and disappears completely.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • Flandry walked beneath a sky blue-black, faintly tinged with silver, faintly adance with aurora where some of Virgil's ionizing radiation penetrated the upper clouds.

    The Rebel Worlds

  • Flora and Jane looked at one another, their eyes adance with excitement.

    Men of Affairs


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