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1. To move the body and feet to the rhythm of music. Some people call dancing: vertical-foreplay ; or: sublimated sex ; Oscar Wilde called it : ' a vertical expression of a horizontal urge .'
2. A euphemism for copulation . See copulation for synonyms.
3. To strut, to stroll in a carefree manner.
See Also: danse du ventre, couch dance, up close and personal, vertical foreplay, turn on the sizzlers, twirl, spread some good leather, floor work, carry on like a mad Watoo, cha-cha palace, do fancy footwork on the daffodils, massage the maple, shake the beads, bun-boogie, cooch, coochee-coochee, choreophilia, ballum rancum, brutal breasting, booth dance, air dance, chorophobia, cancan, floor show, pansy ball, table dancing, touch dick, tribadance, wallflower, pussy show, ball dancing, gigolo, hootchy-kootchy, dance the miller's reel, dance the reels o' Bogie, dance the reels of Stumpie, bell dancing, shake the sheets, horizontal, Friend of Dorothy, ecdysia, twirl the pearls, suck face, punni, dance in the sheets, skin game, behind the behind, box step, blanket hornpipe, boogie, bump and grind, bumps and grinds, cake boy, dance the sheets, dancing in the sheets, Dorothy's friend, Bacchanalia, jig, jiggle, matrimonial polka, nautch, scank, sexy number, striptease, punani, oscar, shake, dance, down, belly rub, skank,
Quotes Containing dance:
Benedict (Charles Dance) in Last Action Hero (1993): ''If God was a villain, He''d be me!''
Oscar Wilde (Nicholas Grace) in Salome's Last Dance (1988): 'As you know , I resist anything but temptation .'
''Sometimes I sing and dance around the house in my underwear . Doesn''t make me Madonna. Never will.'' Cyn(thia) (Joan Cusack) to her ambitious friend Tess McGill (Melanie Griffith) who is taking, in her opinion, a dangerous short-cut to success in Working Girl (1988)
Harvey (Jack Weston) and Stephanie (Ingrid Bergman) in Cactus Flower (1969): - Harvey Greenfield: 'Shall we dance?' - Stephanie Dickinson: 'I'd rather walk on hot coals.'
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