country-dance definition

  • noun:
    • A folk dance of English origin in which two lines of performers face one another.
    • A dance carried out inside countryside, or by nation individuals; used as a generic title for several native Brit dances, specially where partners face one another in a lengthy line.
    • See contradance.
    • A dance when the partners are arranged opposite each other in lines, and dance in partners down the outlines and to their original places.
    • a type of folk dance by which partners are organized in sets or face each other in a line
    • A folk party of English source where two outlines of dancers face one another.
    • a-dance done into the countryside, or by nation individuals; used as a generic name for most indigenous Brit dances, specially where partners face each other in a long line.
    • See contradance.
    • a-dance when the lovers are organized opposite one another in lines, and dance in partners along the outlines and back into their particular original locations.
    • a kind of people dance where partners tend to be arranged in units or face the other person in a line
  • verb:
    • perform a contradance
    • perform a contradance

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