slam dancing


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n slam dancing a form of dancing in which dancers slam into one another; normally performed to punk rock
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In literature:

I can't dance worth a damn, and I am so fidgety that if I hear a door slam I go all to pieces.
"Living Up to Billy" by Elizabeth Cooper
Peter slammed the dice down and four aces and a five danced out.
"The Boy Grew Older" by Heywood Broun

In news:

Father-daughter dances banned in R.I. Humane Society slams Pa.
In Rainy Cleveland, Obama Slams Romney's Debate ' Tap Dance .
In Rainy Cleveland, Obama Slams Romney's Debate ' Tap Dance '.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck Tearfully Apologizes for Slamming Dancing's Erin Andrews.
Add slam dancing to activities banned in Boston.
Musicians say slam dancing is part of the metal and hardcore culture.
Boston police clamp down on slam dancing.
Watching the Grand Slam parade on WVIA, I just watched a dance academy do a dance number to a Gary Glitter song.
After a hot, sweaty night of dancing and slamming to punk rock legends the Queers on the bottom level of Fitzgerald's, a group of tough-looking teenage girls waited in line for the bathroom.