dancy

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danc·y

also danc·ey  (dăn′sē)
adj. danc·i·er, danc·i·est Informal
Suitable for or inviting dancing; danceable: dancy music.

dancy

(ˈdɑːnsɪ)
adj, -cier or -ciest
(of music) appropriate for dancing
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She describes the sister she shared a room with, three years her junior, who went missing as she walked home from the station in quiet, leafy Walton-on-Thames, in Surrey, as the "noisiest, cheekiest, danciest girl".
Elsewhere in the book, Gemma describes the sister she shared a room with as the "noisiest, cheekiest, danciest girl.
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It has some of the heaviest songs, some of the longest songs, some of the shortest songs, some of the danciest songs we have ever done.
This is the plot of Heinz Spoerli's Zurich Ballet Cinderella production, which turned out to be a big success at its premiere and must rank as one of the danciest stagings Prokofiev's popular ballet has ever received.