Definition of Clog dance
1. Noun. A dance performed while wearing shoes with wooden soles; has heavy stamping steps.
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Literary usage of Clog dance
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1. The Log of a Noncombatant by Horace Green (1915)
"CHAPTER IV A clog dance ON THE SCHELDT WHEN the German major at Aix-la-Cha- pelle stamped on our passports: — " Gesehen. Gut Zum Austritt Kommandant 2 ..."
2. John Bull, Limited by George Wallingford Hills (1914)
"Whether the familiar clog-dance of our variety stage owes its happy origin to the Midland mill ... From a clog dance to a Crematorium is an easy transition. ..."
3. The Story of a Mine: And Other Tales by Bret Harte (1907)
"The best clog-dance on the Pacific Slope," he added, in a stage aside, " The minstrels are crazy to get her in 'Frisco. ..."
4. Southern Collegian by Washington College (Lexington, Va.). (1880)
"This was followed by the Double clog dance, which called forth the greatest ... A good clog dance seems to be the chief feature of every minstrel show, ..."