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dance·a·ble

 (dăn′sə-bəl)
adj.
Suitable for dancing: a danceable melody.

dance′a·bil′i·ty n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.danceable - suitable for dancing
rhythmic, rhythmical - recurring with measured regularity; "the rhythmic chiming of church bells"- John Galsworthy; "rhythmical prose"
References in classic literature ?
Fairlie's invalid condition) we produced no such convenience in the house as a flirtable, danceable, small-talkable creature of the male sex; and the consequence was, we did nothing but quarrel, especially at dinner-time.
The opener, Self Indulgent, begins with the sound of crickets and a staggered beat before building up into a danceable house-y mash and closing on a satisfying drone.
While Harlem producer Austin Millz spun highly danceable hits like "Can't Feel My Face" and "I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)," FADER family and friends enjoyed Budweiser and the super chill atmosphere.
This year, the group released its first studio album, "The Last Night on Earth," which is filled with polished yet raw pop-rock - danceable tunes that are spontaneous and mature.
1989 is a blast; exciting, clever, danceable and puts Swift several leagues above her competitors.
Building a reputation as a tight, high energy band with a knack for extended improvisational jams, Gov't Surplus seamlessly threads multiple tunes into medleys of several songs while laying down a danceable groove that refuses to let you sit still.
ABCD ABSCOND ABDC ABDUCT ACBD ASCRIBED ACDB ASCENDIBLE ADBC ROADBLOCK ADCB TRADUCIBLE BACD BACKED BADC BARDIC BCAB BROCADE BCDA HERBICIDAL BDAC BIRDWATCHER BDCA BIRDCAGE CABD CARBIDE CADB CANDLEBERRY CBAD CUPBOARD CBDA CUBOIDAL CDAB CREDITABLE CDBA CUDBEAR DABC DIABETIC DACB DANCEABLE DBAC DEBAUCH DBCA DISBOSCATION DCAB EDUCABLE DCBA DECUBITAL
Part performance part lecture, Reeps One demonstrated his inhuman voice box to danceable effect while explaining why neurologists want to find out how his brain works.
Formed in Coventry in 1979, The Selecter combined catchy, danceable tunes with political lyrics and a positive message of multiculturalism.
New York-based Japanese punk bands' The Asterplace, Platform One and Uzuhi were slated to take the stage, playing original alternative and danceable rock music.
Lord knows just how much best crockery has met its end each time the inescapably danceable Baggy Trousers has filtered through the speakers or how many of you have put your back out while doing the moves.
The style is given a more energetic, danceable bent by the group, who do more than enough to keep it sounding fresh and new by introducing a heavier breakbeat edge in tracks such as Dependency.