Definition of Social dancing
1. Noun. Dancing as part of a social occasion.
Specialized synonyms: Jitterbug, Lindy, Lindy Hop, Fandango, Flamenco, Gypsy Dancing, Gavotte, Habanera, Shag, Shimmy, Stomp, Tarantella, Tarantelle, Twist, Ballroom Dance, Ballroom Dancing, Folk Dance, Folk Dancing
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Literary usage of Social dancing
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1. Dancing and Its Relations to Education and Social Life: With a New Method of by Allen Dodworth (1900)
"A Revolution in social dancing.—Cause of the Deterioration in Teachers.—What Followed the Introduction of the Polka. —Undue Attention Given to the ..."
2. American Physical Education Review by American Physical Education Association (1920)
"EXTRACTS FROM social dancing.* A few months ago, the Social Advisory Committee launched out upon a vigorous campaign looking towards the establishment of ..."
3. Handbook of Opportunities for Vocational Training in Boston: (regular by Thomas Cooke McCracken (1913)
"Tuition: Winter school Class lessons, per hour $1 Private lessons, per hour Social dancing . $5 ^Esthetic, folk, and national dancing $4 ..."
4. Handbook of Opportunities for Vocational Training in Boston: (regular by Thomas Cooke McCracken (1913)
"Courses: Winter school—^Esthetic, social, folk, and national dancing; theory of teaching social dancing; social service work. Summer school—All branches of ..."
5. Girl's Clubs, Their Organization and Management: A Manual for Workers by Helen Josephine Ferris (1918)
"social dancing. A well-conducted class in social dancing accomplishes two ... But a social dancing class may accomplish a great deal more for it offers an ..."