Definition of clog dance in English:

clog dance

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noun

A dance performed in clogs with rhythmic beating of the feet, especially as a traditional dance in Ireland, Scotland, and the North of England.
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  • When making this one I tried to incorporate elements that I hadn't used before, such as the northern element of the dances: the clog dance tunes, and of course the brass.
  • Although very ragged, and very under rehearsed, the audience took them to their hearts, especially during the clog dance.
  • This Brazilian team, however, has about as much relevance to the samba as a clog dance.

Derivatives

clog dancer

noun
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  • He began his career as a clog dancer but also studied ballet.
  • Growing up in Southern Ohio, practically in the Appalachian foothills myself, I'd seen the adamant clog dancers at the country fair.
  • Another treat will be the Demon Barber Roadshow, which features The Black Swan Rappers - a group of young sword and clog dancers.

clog dancing

noun
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  • He was a young kid simply interested in dancing, from Lancashire clog dancing to Hollywood tap dancing.
  • The maypole was followed by some traditional Northumbrian clog dancing taught to the children by a teacher of ours from Newcastle.
  • Youngsters will be able to take part in activities, including poetry writing, spinning and weaving, and clog dancing.

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