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dance attendance on

Definition of dance attendance on in English:

chiefly British Do one’s utmost to please someone by attending to all their requests: she’s got that man dancing attendance on her
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  • It is odd how they happily dance attendance on unelected newspaper editors, television interviewers and City tycoons.
  • Essex's determination not simply to dance attendance on his ageing sovereign captured the public imagination and won him a large following among soldiers.
  • If you're so concerned, why don't you stop dancing attendance on the man and go your own way?
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