from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A movement in square dancing in which two dancers approach each other and circle back to back, then return to their original positions.
- n. The call given to signal such a movement.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a movement in square-dancing in which two dancers move around each other in a back-to-back position, and return to their original places.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a square-dance figure; two dancers approach each other and circle back to back before returning to their original places
It has two insulated bowls that reside in the freezer so you can "do-si-do" them at will -- (Boy do they know their audience) -- a paddle-like, churning device that fits snugly inside the bowl, and a dome that goes over the whole enterprise.
My friend, the one who has helped me come here, incorporates a do-si-do into her steps and moves to my left so that i can sidle closer to the gorgeous grass dancer coming up on the right.
"Forward again with the do-si-do" was about as clear as it got.
I also did the do-si-do with some very handsome and fresh-faced farm boys wearing checked shirts during one of his songs.
The quiet, deep-grey power of the river flows as steadily as time itself, a dance floor where ferries, barges, and sightseeing boats do their lumbering do-si-do past fabled and treacherous rocks.
He clearly didn't want to practice during training camp, and the do-si-do with the conditioning test enabled him to get what he wanted.
May 11, 2010 at 10:39 am swing ur partner, do-si-do!
I used to babysit for a couple who would go every week to do-si-do at one of the local churches.
When the caller hollered do-si-do, you knew Uncle Pen was ready to go.
Have played do-si-do with same people several times, and all of the aid stations on the other side have packed up.