Suitable for dancing: a danceable melody. (adjective)
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Use "danceable" in a sentence
"Arty Hill and the Long Gone Daddys 'music is described as danceable, traditional country."
"But it's been more than four years since 2005's Supernature, the last Goldfrapp LP that could accurately be described as danceable"
"McLean seems to be lamenting the lack of "danceable" music in rock and roll and (in part) attributing that lack to the absence of Buddy Holly et al. (Verse 1)"