quickstep

  1. military march accompanying quick time
  2. a ballroom dance with both quick and slow steps

Quickstep

The quickstep is a light-hearted member of the standard ballroom dances. The movement of the dance is fast and powerfully flowing and sprinkled with syncopations. The upbeat melodies that quickstep is danced to make it suitable for both formal and informal events. Quickstep was developed in the twenties in New York and was first danced by Caribbea...
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Quickstep

• (n.) A lively, spirited march; also, a lively style of dancing.
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quickstep

(from the article `dance, Western`) ...dynamic, and passionate social dances from the New World. The turning dances of the 19th century gave way to such walking dances as the two-step, ...
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quickstep

noun military march accompanying quick time
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Quickstep

Quick'step` noun (Mus.) A lively, spirited march; also, a lively style of dancing.
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Quickstep

A double-metre dance from the Roaring Twenties, it was a popular variation on the foxtrot.
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Quickstep

A quickstep is a lively, spirited march and also, a lively style of dancing.
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Quickstep

An International Ballroom rhythm that follows a 4/4 time beat, at about 50 bars per minute in competition. From its early beginning as a faster foxtrot, the quickstep has become distinctive for its speed across the floor. It is danced to the fastest tempo of the Ballroom dances, which necessitates that partners stay in closed position throughout th...
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quickstep

fast march-like dance
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quickstep

[n] - military march accompanying quick time 2. [n] - a ballroom dance with both quick and slow steps 3. [v] - perform a quickstep
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