bunny hug


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bunny hug

n
1. (Dancing) a ballroom dance with syncopated rhythm, popular in America in the early 20th century
2. (Jazz) a piece of music in the rhythm of this dance
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Noun1.bunny hug - a syncopated ballroom dance formerly popular in the US
ballroom dance, ballroom dancing - any of a variety of social dances performed by couples in a ballroom
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Those really in the know are slicking their hair and polishing up their buckle shoes ready to bunny hug with Honley Ladies Choir (can it really be them?) and the Tame Valley Stompers for an evening of fun, laughs and good music.
"As for dancing, how about the 1920's style, or don't you 'bunny hug' Mr Baitey?
BUNNY HUG: Kim Whelan, Lynn McGuinness and Charlotte Thomas with three of the homeless rabbits, Jammie, Kellogg and Rhurbarb Picture: TONY KENWRIGHT