line dance

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line dance

n.
A dance in which individuals line up without partners and follow a choreographed pattern of steps to country music.

line dance v.
line dancer n.

line dance

An Irish dance involving lines of people linking arms and dancing as one with highly rhythmic footwork.
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Melbourne, Aug 29 (ANI): Boot scooting or line dancing has become the latest rage in Aussie clubs, all thanks to Miley Cyrus.
In what people are calling "the Miley Cyrus effect'', members are boot scooting in huge numbers, what with more than 900 NSW clubs offering classes.