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Definition of "dance-off" [dance-off]

  • An informal competition between two dancers who must progressively dance better than their opponent. (noun)

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Use "dance-off" in a sentence
  • "I loved the bicycle-driven musical Toad who played some of the best music I heard all weekend and the dance-off ring and by ring, I mean an actual wrestling ring hidden deep inside the foggy forest."
  • "Popularity for “Hey Mama” also grew, and it eventually ended up getting used in Garfield: The Movie when Garfield and Odie had a Ballistyx-style dance-off."
  • "We decided to play the X-box game, Dance Central, for some family dance-off fun and to follow-up with the card game War because everyone, including my six year-old, can play it."