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  • n. Alternative form of dance floor.


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  • Perhaps this time I will learn the lesson that has been staring me in the face for years: hanging upside on the dancefloor is NOT a good idea.

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  • By the end of the evening, the dancefloor was a mass of bodies.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Music or Pet Shop Boys and you have music that is as equally up to the task of inspiring as it is of soundtracking a quick fumble on the dancefloor, that is the beauty of great pop music.

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  • But surely one who is wearing pretty flats with a cocktail dress, gaily dashing about talking to people and, if I do say so myself, RULING the dancefloor is a damn sight more attractive than some mopey Mary sitting on the sidelines, admiring her shoes.

    The Guardian World News

  • It's called a dancefloor and here's what it's for.

    Ms Mac

  • The moment when dad gets up to strut his stuff on the dancefloor is a toe-curling ordeal familiar to every teenager.

    Charlottesville Blogs

  • In a classroom labeled "dancefloor," students recently took turns mixing — creating a combo of song snippets that seamlessly blend into a unique compilation.

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  • Truth be told, nobody can write a pop song and a pop melody like Erasure - and that includes Pet Shop Boys, who are more "dancefloor" than pop.


  • "How are they supposed to control that?" he asks, "When the dancefloor is the size of a bloody postage stamp.

    Drowned In Sound // Feed

  • Evacuate the dancefloor is a cheap Gaga (Britney) ripoff at best ... "people are so mean



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