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  • v. To dance better than; to outdo in dancing.


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out- +‎ dance


  • He not only had more skill than Claudia, but more of a sense of fun, letting the crowd in on the joke, inviting them to laugh at the absurdity of a girl with such joyless, textbook moves trying to outdance him.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • Pro dancers Mark Ballas and Val Chemerkovskiy (brother to the show's Maksim) performed a bizarre duel: Ballas played guitar, Chemerkovskiy played violin, then they each tried to outdance each other.

    Margaret Cho Cries As She's Cut From 'Dancing'

  • Their mothers stood around them in a circle on the sidewalk and on the street, clapping their hands to the beat and encouraging each girl to outdance the others Soul Train style.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • “If you can outdance me I will leave as you command.”

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Via Amid at Cartoon Brew, who comments, "It's a testament to Astaire's talent that using only a cane as a prop, he can outdance $100 million worth of flashy CG effects."

    GreenCine Daily: Sunday shorts.

  • How can a voice that big be so agile, how can it groan gravel, then fly up and outdance the band?

    Fall On Your Knees

  • And I might say, he looks as if he could outdance most of us in this country still today.

    Presidents Remarks At Arts Award Ceremony

  • "You can outdance, outfight, outdrink, and outlast people half your age when you choose."

    Magic's Price

  • Stand back "machini wam" -- you have met your match - Juju will outsing and outdance you too!

    Guardian Online

  • Each choir sang powerful African melodies at the same time, attempting to outsing and outdance their rivals, all the while smiling broadly. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph


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