Definitions

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  • adjective without dancing
  • adjective of music without rhythm suitable for dancing.

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Examples

  • Hands-down the most meaningful aspect of my job is witnessing people who have been trapped in danceless awkwardness for years -- or decades -- finally open up their bodies again and begin to physically express joy ...

    time to make crullers

  • Still, the virtually tuneless, danceless "Wherehouse" manages the most offensive number of the Broadway season-a phone-sex scene with splay-legged ladies caged inside transparent cubes, and bald men in underwear, preparing for love.

    UH-OH! TOMMY TUNES OUT

  • Only a handful of songless, danceless and unique art films are made at lower budgets.

    Mail Call: Women At The Helm

  • The instrument was one of the number which are packed to suit all English tastes and may be taken for a rough sample of the jumble of them, where a danceless quadrille-tune succeeds a suicidal Operatic melody and is followed by the weariful hymn, whose last drawl pert polka kicks aside.

    Celt and Saxon — Volume 2

  • English tastes and may be taken for a rough sample of the jumble of them, where a danceless quadrille-tune succeeds a suicidal Operatic melody and is followed by the weariful hymn, whose last drawl pert polka kicks aside.

    Celt and Saxon — Complete

  • The instrument was one of the number which are packed to suit all English tastes and may be taken for a rough sample of the jumble of them, where a danceless quadrille-tune succeeds a suicidal Operatic melody and is followed by the weariful hymn, whose last drawl pert polka kicks aside.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

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