square dancer

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square dance

1. A dance in which sets of four couples form squares.
2. Any of various similar group dances of rural origin.

square′-dance′ v.
square dancer n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.square dancer - someone who does square dancingsquare dancer - someone who does square dancing  
folk dancer - someone who does folk dances
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Several years ago, she met and married a fellow square dancer and they have been enjoying dancing around the country.
He was an avid "square dancer" and along with his wife, were members of the Hayloft Steppers many years ago.
Dalgleish completed a treble on the Mark Johnston-trained trio Night Mist, Robandela and Fresh As A Rose, but Darley, having finished second to the former on Lexi's Hoss, was then `carted' on Square Dancer before the six-furlong classified stakes.
However, Darley whose mount Square Dancer had bolted and was withdrawn from the Sam Collingwood-Cameron Conditions Stakes, later felt exhausted and gave up his rides in the last two races.
Hamilton 2.45 Little John, 3.45 Sir Sandrovitch, 4.15 Square Dancer, 4.45 Classic Lord.
The avid square dancer doesn't have to sit on the sidelines any longer.
SQUARE DANCER looks ready to put his best foot forward at Pontefract this afternoon.
It's hard to find a square dancer who isn't a nice person.
Her grandmother, Parthenia Melissa Waite Hunter, wrote down some dance steps that she remembered from her days as a square dancer. Her father, William.
Square Dancer, trained by Michael Dods, ran respectably from a poor draw at Lingfield on his previous start and should go well in the Bet Direct On 0800 211 222 Handicap
In contrast, modern square dance involves mastering specific standardized movements - usually by taking a series of lessons - before graduating as a "mainstream" square dancer.
Officials at Dunstall Park are now investigating how the four-year-old gelding Square Dancer was allowed to leave the stable block having been mistaken for Jezadil, a two-year-old filly trained, like Square Dancer, by Michael Dods.