Cakewalk

The Cake-Walk or Cakewalk was a dance developed from the `Prize Walks` held in the late 19th century, generally at get-togethers on slave plantations in the Southern United States. Alternative names for the original form of the dance were `chalkline-walk`, and the `walk-around`. At the conclusion of a performance of the original form of the ...
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cakewalk

noun a strutting dance based on a march; was performed in minstrel shows; originated as a competition among Black dancers to win a cake
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Cakewalk

[carnival game] Cakewalk (or cake-walk) is a game played at carnivals, funfairs, and fundraising events. It is similar to a raffle and musical chairs. Numbered squares are laid out on a path. Tickets are sold to participants, with the number of squares in the path equal to the maximum number of tickets sold. The participants walk around the...
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Cakewalk

[sequencer] Cakewalk was a MIDI sequencer developed by Twelve Tone Systems, Inc. (the company now known as Cakewalk, Inc.) originally for DOS, starting with version Cakewalk 1.0 in 1987, and beginning in 1991, for Windows 3.0. Cakewalk for DOS, up until version 4.0, required an MPU-401 MIDI interface card operating in intelligent mode, whil...
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cakewalk

An African-American dance in which couples strut and compete with high kicks and fast steps.
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Cakewalk

Cakewalk is British military slang for an operation that turns out to be easier than expected.
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cakewalk

couple dance that became a popular stage act for virtuoso dancers as well as a craze in fashionable ballrooms around 1900. Couples formed a square ... [2 related articles]
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cakewalk

prancing stage dance with backward tilt
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Cakewalk

Syncopated, strutting dance of nineteenth century origin
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Cakewalk

The cakewalk is an American dance which originated amongst the blacks.
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cakewalk

[n] - a strutting dance based on a march 2. [v] - perform the cakewalk dance
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