from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Informal Suitable for or inviting dancing; danceable: dancy music.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Suitable for dancing to.
- adj. Alternative form of dancetté.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Same as dancetté.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as danché.
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But the first three that feel kind of dancy, those weren’t written to be or intended to be together.
Five thousand dollars north of the WRX and well into the land of alphabet soup is this car, the WRX STI — a crushing, outrageous factory-tuner warthog powered by an even more insane version of the 2. 5-liter turbo four, with fancy-dancy valves, crank, pistons, intercooler, the works.
However, this morning I realized the problem has got to be my new fancy, dancy camera so I used my old point and shoot to take this photo and uploaded it to my computer and Voila!
There's no way he could fit in that fancy-dancy Ikea thing. orlo
Adam has said consistently that it would be a rock/pop/electro/dancy thing.
David Crowder Band - Church Music - this is an AWESOME techy dancy album.
There has never been a fancy-dancy Parliamentary Coalition to investigate anti-gay prejudice, sometimes fatal.
And it can be said that for nearly $50,000, with only a four-cylinder engine and a fabric convertible roof instead of a fancy-dancy retractable hard top, it darn well should be nice.
Their debut, 2005's Silent Alarm, challenged their mentors Franz Ferdinand for primacy in the slightly dancy national treasure stakes; a follow-up, A Weekend in the City, dealt soberly with the fallout from east London's partying epidemic.
In fact, this has sent Quimbley D. Democrat off in search of the latest fancy-dancy procedural loop-de-loops -- anything to escape the box the Republicans are building for him.