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  • n. Alternative form of step dance.


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  • Eric glanced up at the main trestle table, where the two dancer girls had kidnapped two Spaniards and were trying to teach them to stepdance, to the laughter of all onlookers.

    Knight Of Ghosts And Shadows

  • The man takes a pull at his mug, and then gets up and moves about the yard with his hands deep in his pockets, occasionally breaking into a stepdance.

    Major Barbara

  • Two adorable dogs, a high-kicking stepdance straight out of


  • Arms by their sides, men and women, boys and girls performed rapid leg movements of Irish stepdance.

    Toronto Sun

  • There´s almost every music to suit one´s taste: boogie woogie, stepdance, from the peasant´s polka to the courtly menuette.

    American Chronicle

  • In the last dancing event, Ann Redford won the stepdance competition for the third consecutive year.


  • Biggest applause went to Manny Ramirez, who would later stun the crowd by uncharacteristically hustling out of the box on a gapper and legging out a triple, to the irrepressible Big Papi, to the captain, Jason Varitek, to pitching ace Josh Beckett and to closer Jonathan Papelbon, who came out of the dugout to an Irish stepdance beat, but discreetly, given the perils of a long season, chose not to dance his way along the field.

    Forgiving Bill Buckner


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