Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of schottische.
  • noun Plural form of schottisch.

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Examples

  • The band performs polskas, polkas, tangos, and schottisches with their usual air tight precision and a healthy dose of quirky twists.

    JPP, Artology (NorthSide, 2006)

  • The band performs polskas, polkas, tangos, and schottisches with their usual air tight precision and a healthy dose of quirky twists.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • The score is dominated by pre-jazz rhythms: waltzes, schottisches, one-steps, and even the cancan (for the title song).

    Out of Our Dreams

  • The score is dominated by pre-jazz rhythms: waltzes, schottisches, one-steps, and even the cancan (for the title song).

    Out of Our Dreams

  • A band played quadrilles, schottisches, redowas, waltzes, polkas, and mazourkas, and some students spent part of the spring semester taking private dancing lessons to make a good impression.

    The School Day and the School Year

  • Paulowsky regiments had played without cessation polkas, mazurkas, schottisches, and waltzes from among the choicest of their repertoires.

    Michael Strogoff

  • The dances following, the polkas, the schottisches, the mazurkas, will be preceded by short reels.

    Gone with the Wind

  • The dances following, the polkas, the schottisches, the mazurkas, will be preceded by short reels.

    Gone with the Wind

  • The dances following, the polkas, the schottisches, the mazurkas, will be preceded by short reels.

    Gone with the Wind

  • The dances following, the polkas, the schottisches, the mazurkas, will be preceded by short reels.

    Gone with the Wind

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