fan dance


Also found in: Thesaurus, Idioms, Wikipedia.

fan dance

n
(Dancing) a dance in which large fans are manipulated in front of the body, partially revealing or suggesting nakedness
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fan dance - a solo dance in which large fans are manipulated to suggest or reveal nakednessfan dance - a solo dance in which large fans are manipulated to suggest or reveal nakedness
nude dancing - erotic dancing with little or no clothing
References in periodicals archive ?
Mr Moray has been described as being "obsessed" with the Army and was a fit runner having taken part in the Fan Dance in 2018 - a 24km endurance run around Pen y Fan following the infamous SAS selection route.
Mr Moray was a fit runner, having taken part in the Fan Dance in 2018 - a 24km endurance run around Pen y Fan.
Mr Moray was "obsessed" with the Army and was a fit runner having taken part in the Fan Dance in 2018 - a 24km endurance run around Pen y Fan following the infamous route of the SAS selection march.
Amongst the performances, the National Gugak Center Troupe presented various Korean Folk songs and other traditional music, including examples of Korea's rich cultural traditions such as Samul Nori; a genre of unique percussion music which is performed using four traditional Korean instruments, hence the title being translated as "Four Objects Play", folk songs hailing from the Kyonggi province, Jinsoe Dances and the Fan Dance also known as "Buchaechum", an elegant and graceful performance which usually features female dances wearing large, bright pink dresses, while they use their large pink fans to imitate marvelous shapes such as butterflies, waves and flowers.
Fan dance: Chinese fan dance brings to life its culture.
Students also had the opportunity to watch and learn traditional Chinese tai chi fan dance, traditional Chinese song and poetry.
On May 17, 28 local Boro fans went down to Wales to take on the UK's toughest challenge, The Fan Dance.
While motion is a recurring theme, stills of dancers mimicking the sagayan, the sword dance from Maranaw and Maguindanao, and the 'Dalagang Filipina,' the fan dance, are the focal points here.
The dances were Samul nori (Ensemble of four percussions), Buchae-Chum (Fan dance), Jindo Buk-Chum (Jindo drum dance), Yangmyeon Tal-Chum (Double-faced mask dance), Janggu-Chum (Hourglass drum dance), Nongak-Mu (Traditional Korean game), and the Marionette dance.
Elite scholars often perform this kind of dance to show their skills "throughout refinement and curved lines of Hakchum." The audience were also impressed with the Buchaechum, a fan dance widely popular since it is one of Korea's representative dances.
At the final of the Miss World 2013 pageant, a total of 131 contestants will perform the sandalwood fan dance, the traditional Indonesian dance in which dancers hold a