Word "DANCE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
move in a pattern; usually to musical accompaniment; do or perform a dance
Synonyms:
trip the light fantastic, trip the light fantastic toe
Examples:
My husband and I like to dance at home to the radio

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music
Synonyms:
dancing, saltation, terpsichore

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an artistic form of nonverbal communication

Crossword Clues for DANCE

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Clue Source Date
Salsa or foxtrot USA Today 13 May 2022
Rumba or samba Universal 21 Apr 2022
Tap or tango The Guardian Quick 11 Apr 2022
Ball, say Wall Street Journal 09 Apr 2022
Waltz or tango Newsday 28 Feb 2022
Tango or twist Thomas Joseph 07 Jan 2022
Move to the music USA Today 07 Jan 2022
Tango or trot Thomas Joseph 29 Nov 2021
English actor, Charles, b. 1946 The Guardian Quick 09 Oct 2021
Chicken ______ Canadiana 13 Sep 2021
Move to music Irish Times Simplex 08 Sep 2021
Get down to the music USA Today 24 Aug 2021
Hora or hula LA Times Daily 09 Aug 2021
Hora or hula The Washington Post 09 Aug 2021
Waltz or tango Newsday 02 Aug 2021
Move to music Irish Times Simplex 16 Jul 2021
Word after break or belly LA Times Daily 15 Jun 2021
Word after break or belly The Washington Post 15 Jun 2021
Harm from hand cream - that's the twist? Irish Times Crosaire 15 Apr 2021
Move to music The Telegraph Quick 26 Feb 2021
Actor Charles in Charleston? The Sun Two Speed 12 Feb 2021
Move to music The Sun Two Speed 12 Feb 2021
Hamlet perhaps round clubs and disco The Sun Two Speed 12 Jan 2021
Steps taken in Rwandan ceremony The Sun Two Speed 07 Dec 2020
Do the Macarena, perhaps Universal 03 Dec 2020
Tinikling, e.g USA Today 01 Nov 2020
One way to show great happiness Family Time 01 Nov 2020
Do the tango Eugene Sheffer 07 Oct 2020
Type of ball purely for one side today Irish Times Crosaire 03 Oct 2020
Hula or hora LA Times Daily 29 Sep 2020
Hula or hora The Washington Post 29 Sep 2020
Salsa or samba Universal 07 Sep 2020
Scandinavian outside clubs or disco The Sun Two Speed 21 Jun 2020
Eg, ballet The Times Concise 08 Jun 2020
Move to the music Family Time 01 Jun 2020
Desperate character at church disco The Sun Two Speed 30 May 2020
Move to music Irish Times Simplex 30 Apr 2020
Prom, say The Washington Post 04 Apr 2020
Prom, say LA Times Daily 04 Apr 2020
School event Thomas Joseph 21 Mar 2020
Tango or trot Thomas Joseph 31 Dec 2019
Do ballet, say Universal 25 Dec 2019
Hustle, say LA Times Daily 14 Dec 2019
Hustle, say The Washington Post 14 Dec 2019
Eg, foxtrot or tango The Times Concise 06 Dec 2019
Performance with twirling torches New York Times 28 Nov 2019
Hora or hula USA Today 16 Nov 2019
See 18-Across New York Times 20 Sep 2019
Nae Nae or cancan New York Times 16 Jul 2019
Prom, for instance Newsday 27 Jun 2019
Hoedown, e.g Thomas Joseph 12 Feb 2019
Scandinavian outside clubs or disco? The Sun Two Speed 14 Jan 2019
See 18-Across
Nae Nae or cancan
Twist or tango Wall Street Journal 10 Dec 2018
The Lindy, e.g LA Times Daily 10 Dec 2018
The Lindy, e.g The Washington Post 10 Dec 2018
School gym event Newsday 14 Nov 2018
Not just feel the music Universal 14 Nov 2018
Tango or twist Thomas Joseph 06 Nov 2018
Juilliard major Wall Street Journal 27 Oct 2018
Hamlet going round clubs and disco The Sun Two Speed 06 Oct 2018
Choreographer's creation USA Today 17 Sep 2018
Let music move you Universal 13 Sep 2018
Charleston, e.g Wall Street Journal 05 Jul 2018
Boogie with your bad self Universal 22 Jun 2018
Cut loose on the floor Universal 08 Jun 2018
Get your groove on Universal 13 May 2018
Hula or hora
The Lindy, e.g.
Let music move you
Get your groove on
Get down
Cut loose on the floor
Boogie with your bad self
Get down Universal 01 Jan 2018
Choreographer's creation
Twist or tango
Juilliard major
Charleston, e.g.
Not just feel the music
E.g. waltz The Telegraph Quick 06 Dec 2017
Mambo or moonwalk USA Today 20 Nov 2017
Social gathering The Times Concise 16 Nov 2017
Hustle or hornpipe USA Today 25 Jul 2017
Bunch of steps Wall Street Journal 22 Jul 2017
Social ritual embraced by weird ancestors The Telegraph Cryptic 30 Jun 2017
Foreigner outside caught ball The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Jun 2017
Tango or cha-cha Newsday 08 May 2017
Reel, for one LA Times Daily 14 Apr 2017
Reel, for one The Washington Post 14 Apr 2017
Watusi or dap, e.g Universal 31 Mar 2017
Two-step, e.g LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2017
Two-step, e.g The Washington Post 15 Mar 2017
Move to music The Times Concise 10 Mar 2017
Tarantella or tango Wall Street Journal 14 Feb 2017
Move to the music Universal 21 Jan 2017
Tango or waltz Newsday 17 Jan 2017
Mambo or moonwalk
Reel, for one
Hustle or hornpipe
Song and ___ Family Time 01 Jan 2017
Tap or tango Universal 29 Dec 2016
Steps idiot takes in answer for university The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Dec 2016
Social Universal 01 Dec 2016
Hustle or shuffle LA Times Daily 01 Dec 2016
Hundred joining in European meeting in which steps will be taken The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Oct 2016
With 52-Across, impetus to get down, and.. Wall Street Journal 13 Sep 2016
Do the running man Universal 02 Sep 2016
Boogie, e.g Premier Sunday 21 Aug 2016
Ball, hop The Telegraph Quick 11 Jul 2016
Ball -- it could be a square one The Telegraph Cryptic 11 Apr 2016
Judo exponent on church steps The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Feb 2016
Eg, perform ballet The Times Concise 11 Jan 2016
Tap or tango
Waltz maybe The Telegraph Quick 18 Dec 2015
Terpsichore's domain New York Times 10 Dec 2015
Do more than tap one's toe USA Today 08 Dec 2015
Whip or Nae Nae, e.g USA Today 04 Dec 2015
Song partner USA Today 02 Nov 2015
Quickstep, e.g. The Telegraph Quick 01 Nov 2015
Trip the light fantastic LA Times Daily 20 Oct 2015
Move rhythmically Universal 16 Oct 2015
Fosse forte Thomas Joseph 26 Sep 2015
Juilliard major Newsday 17 Sep 2015
Cut a rug New York Times 03 Sep 2015
Play Hamlet, perhaps taking Claudius's lead The Telegraph Toughie 26 Aug 2015
Waltz, say The Telegraph Quick 18 Aug 2015
Maybe reel in fish, indefinite number caught The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Jul 2015
Twyla Tharp forte LA Times Daily 07 Jul 2015
Reel or jig Newsday 05 Jul 2015
Jig, caper The Telegraph Quick 15 Jun 2015
School function Universal 03 Jun 2015
Overseas party in Germany for Molly? Irish Times Crosaire 23 Mar 2015
School event Universal 21 Feb 2015
High-school event Newsday 25 Jan 2015
Tango or rumba Newsday 13 Jan 2015
Move to the music USA Today 06 Jan 2015
High-school event
Twyla Tharp forte
Trip the light fantastic
Cut a rug
Terpsichore's domain
Move rhythmically
School event
School function
Do more than tap one's toe
Move to the music
Song partner
Whip or Nae Nae, e.g.
Hustle, e.g.
Juilliard major
Reel or jig
Tango or cha-cha
Tango or rumba
Jig or reel
The Harlem Shake or the Dougie
It may be interpretative
What Ratt will do "Undercover"
Twist or tango
Gym event
Performing art
What one might do to the starts of each word in the answers to 20-, 39-, and 53-Across
High school event
After-hours school event
Prom, for example
High school event
Coordinated movement
Terpsichore's specialty
Movement to music
Prom, e.g.
Move to the music
Prom, for one
Do a two-step, say
Twist, for one
Word with square or circle
Do a two-step, say
Twist, for one
Wang Chung "___ Hall Days"
School social
Prom, for one
Move to the music
High school social event
Cut a rug
Tango or twist
School social
Do the tango
Express yourself physically
Cut a rug
Charleston, for one
Trip the light fantastic
Word with tap or lap
Ballroom activity
Song's partner
Do the tango
Do the Cabbage Patch
Ball
Ball
"Back to the Future" event
After-hours school event
The bump, for one
Waltz, for one
High school event
Waltz, for example
Moonwalk, e.g.
Prom, e.g.
Hustle or shuffle
School social
Pony or alligator
Do a quickstep
Hula or hora
Monkey, pony or alligator
Cotillion, for example
Word that can follow the ends of 17-, 21-, 36-, 44-, 54- and 64-Across
Monkey or pony, e.g.
Trip the light fantastic
Twist, e.g.
Do the watusi, e.g.
Gigue or gavotte
Juilliard student's major, perhaps
Do the watusi, e.g.
Juilliard student's major, perhaps
Prom, e.g.
Line __
Reel example
Social occasion
Twist or tango
Bolero, e.g.
Flicker
Jive, e.g.
Rumba or samba
Hop
Boston or Charleston
Twist or frug
Social event
Tap or break, e.g.
Terpsichore's domain
School event
Evade, with "around"
Twist or frug
Terpsichore's domain
School event
Evade, with "around"
Fandango or tango
A kind of one begins 17- and 63-Across and 10- and 36-Down
Terpsichore's forte
Domain of one of the Muses
Fosse forte
High school event
Specialty of 17-Across
Do the Watusi
Fandango, for one
Terpsichore's forte
End zone celebration
Watusi, e.g.
A kind of one begins 17- and 63-Across and 10- and 36-Down
Trip the light fantastic
Specialty of 17-Across
High school event
Fosse forte
Samba or mambo
Aerobic activity
With 63-Across, this puzzle's title (pertaining to the beginnings of 20-, 37- and 50-Across)
Samba or mambo
Bob Fosse forte
Reel or twist, e.g.
Twist, e.g.
School function
Social
Bob Fosse forte
With 63-Across, this puzzle's title (pertaining to the beginnings of 20-, 37- and 50-Across)
Cut a rug
Trip the light fantastic
Do a one step
Emulate a Rockette
The Macarena, e.g.
One of the Seven Lively Arts
Twist or stomp
1-Down, e.g.
Macarena, e.g.
Some fancy footwork
Word with folk or tap
Cakewalk
Hop
Mazurka, e.g.
Hustle, for one
Sock hop, e.g.
Monkey or minuet
High school event
Trip the light fantastic
Lindy or merengue
Stomp on the floor?
Twist, e.g.
Sock hop
Hustle, for one
Ball
Word with break or slam
Hustle, for one
Cha cha or Charleston
Watusi or waltz
Hint to the start of 17-, 31-, 46- and 61-Across
Twist, e.g.
Shuffle or reel
Have a ball?
Have a ball?
Charleston or cha-cha
What flames may do
Monkey or pony
Charleston, e.g.
Shuffle or reel
Mashed potato, e.g.
Follow some steps
Monkey, e.g.
Samba or mambo
Schottische, e.g.
Charleston, e.g.
Do a do-si-do
Boogie-woogie
Move to music
Waltz
What people do in a 9-Across
Hop, perhaps
Ball or hop
Take steps?
Cut a rug
Emulate Peter Martins
Hula or hora
Break ___
What the Rockettes do
Domain of one of the Muses
End zone celebration
Hula or hora
Jitterbug or jig
Pageant routine
"Shall we ___?"
Morris or monkey
Compete in a marathon, maybe
Do the twist
High school social event
Twist or stomp
Twist or tango
Twist or tango
Hornpipe, for one
Merengue
Song's partner
Prom, e.g.
Twist or stomp
Pony or monkey
Ballet
Social event
"Back to the Future" event
Fosse's forte
Prom, say
Turkey trot e.g.
The Macarena e.g.
Monkey or Watusi
Monkey or pony
Hop or prom
Rumba or samba
Step lively
Reel
Jose Limon's world
Two-step, for one
Mixer
Shuffle
Frug or jig
Watusi, e.g.
Merengue, e.g.
Merengue or kolo
Samba or rumba, e.g.
Minuet, e.g.
Highland fling, e.g.
Another forte of 1 Across
Terpsichore's specialty
Pavane, e.g.
Move like Susan Jaffe
Bourrée or forlana
New Year's Eve activity
Saltarello, e.g.
Do the monkey
Mamba or rumba
Kolo or merengue
Martha Graham's field
Field of Merce Cunningham
Gopak or hopak
Carol or kolo
Quadrille, e.g.
Twist, for one
Jig, e.g.
Pas de deux
Prom or hop
Reel, e.g.
Milieu of Martha Graham
Guaracha or samba
Cotillion
Saraband or hora
Reel
Charleston, for one
Hop
Saraband, e.g.
Snake or dinner
Hop, for one
Anitra's forte
Salome's field
Frug or hula
Sun ___
Ball
Tango, for one
"Anitra's ___"
Spring up and down
Caper
Reel.
Jump for joy
Shingaling, for one.
Social event.
Terpsichore's forte.
Terpsichore's specialty.
Bolero.
Popular party.
Social affair.
Frug or monkey.
Bob up and down.
Ball.
Bossa nova.
Song's companion.
Fling.
Mazurka.
"___ of the Hours."
Lancers.
Promenade.
"Wedding ___."
Hornpipe.
Tarantella.
Gower Champion's specialty.
Schottische.
Hop.
Martha Graham's field.
Arthur Murray's specialty.
Builder of Mansion House, London.
"Lose Yourself to ___" (2013 Daft Punk single)
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