dance floor


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dance floor

n
(Dancing)
a. an area of floor in a disco, etc, where patrons may dance
b. (as modifier): dance-floor music.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dance floor - a bare floor polished for dancingdance floor - a bare floor polished for dancing  
floor, flooring - the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"
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In the Opera House a crowd had gathered to see a show and further down Main Street the fiddlers, their instruments tuned, sweated and worked to keep the feet of youth flying over a dance floor.
There will be a dance floor, DJ, signing and dancing events, and flashmobs in store.
The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles hit the dance floor to move to his favourite highlife music.
Join the evening for an opportunity to try a little something new on the dance floor. The complimentary event will include a beginning dance class, wine and hors d'oeuvres, student and staff performances, and social dancing.
Now the dance floor of one of Cardiff's best-loved clubs has been unearthed three decades after it closed its doors - in the least likely place you would expect.
Being called back to the dance floor for another round of the competition was an achievement.
He had them up on the stage, he was on the dance floor with them, some were dressed as mini Elvis Presleys, and they really do love him.
"Hotels invest millions of dollars to create a dynamic event space, but are very limited to the choices of portable dance floor finishes available.
Imagine everyone & everything you know on the dance floor. Your first fight, geometry class, Prospero on the dance floor.
ALWAYS dreamed of setting the dance floor alight in the dancing capital of the UK?