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Definition of "dance-hall" [dance-hall]

  • Alternative spelling of dancehall. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "dance-hall" in a sentence
  • "Radio City owner Reg Calvert was a streetwise dance-hall impresario who used the airwaves to promote his stable of aspiring rock and pop stars, including Screaming Lord Sutch, who became Radio City's star DJ."
  • "But American audiences familiar only with the dance-hall delivery, slide guitar and general political dissatisfaction of single One Way Road may find Butler's percussive eclecticism invigorating."
  • "But when he speaks of this, Gustavo talks about how he learned of all these "revolutionary" moves by watching old-style tangueros in the milongas (dance-hall parties) and boliches (little neighborhood clubs) of Buenos Aires."