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moon·walk

 (mo͞on′wôk′)
n.
1. A walk on the surface of the moon by an astronaut.
2. A dance step in which the dancer creates the illusion of walking forward while actually sliding back one foot at a time.
intr.v. moon·walked, moon·walk·ing, moon·walks
1. To walk on the surface of the moon.
2. To perform the moonwalk dance step.

moon′walk′er n.

moonwalk

(ˈmuːnˌwɔːk)
n
1. (Astronomy) an instance of walking on the moon
2. (Dancing) a type of dance, popular in the 1980s, in which the dancer appears to be sliding on the spot
vb
3. (Astronomy) (intr) to walk on the moon's surface
4. (tr) to move (someone) along as if dancing the moonwalk
5. (Dancing) (intr) to dance the moonwalk

moon•walk

(ˈmunˌwɔk)

n.
an exploratory walk by an astronaut on the surface of the moon.
[1965–70, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.moonwalk - a kind of dance step in which the dancer seems to be sliding on the spot; "Michael Jackson perfected the moonwalk in the 1980s"
dance step, step - a sequence of foot movements that make up a particular dance; "he taught them the waltz step"
2.moonwalk - an exploratory walk by an astronaut on the surface of the moon
walk - the act of walking somewhere; "he took a walk after lunch"
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This year will be no different as she will be competing in the 3 Land Challenge (three MoonWalks in three weeks) and also one Ultra Marathon and all within the space of five weeks.
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Last year a series of Moonwalks around the country raised a staggering pounds 6 million for breast cancer charities.
Hot dogs and French fries, pizza and macaroni 'n' cheese were on the menu, but most kids skipped the food to play on inflatable moonwalks, do the ring toss, get their faces painted and fly like Peter Pan on trampolines.
Andrea Robbins and Max Becher's photographic series "German Indians," "1997-98, in which beer-bellied Bavarians dress up for a local festival in Native American garb, and Bjorn Melhus's hilarious and seriously creepy video Far Far Away, 1995, in which the artist plays a wistful, manly Dorothy stuck in his dreary Hamburg bedroom before being released into a world of moonwalks, TV newscasters, and baseball caps, were among the few works that evoked even a minimal degree of US-helmed Empire's affective complexity.
They gave us box steps and synchronized mimed guitar playing, full-body waves and moonwalks, Egyptian hieroglyphic poses and robotic perambulations, with slow-motion transitions between songs.
This year's event, held in downtown Winter Park, features the Kid's Zone with face painting, moonwalks and a jousting ring.
Bella's Bouncies family entertainment center (formerly My Jump Place) provides moonwalks, bounce houses, slides, obstacle courses and a tunnel crawl through.