Formal term meaning: to move with unhindered grace around an area with the presence of another enjoying the same activity.

Urban term: Humping someone in public

Sad world isn't it.
Cinderlla went (formal) dancing.
Jenny and I were (urban) dancing all night at the club, then more at her house.
de Richie 30 août 2003
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Something white males cannot accomplish properly sober
did you see John last night dancing on the table?
de JY 2 septembre 2003
an act done vertically that people wish to do horizontally
dancing is fun, I wish I could do it horizontally
de Johnny Que 20 décembre 2007
dancing is nothing more than making love set to music.
Frank Sinatra:"for what is dancing than making love set to music,, playin."
de Jarell Reloj 22 octobre 2007
1. An unsatisfying prelude to a sexual act.
2. An attempt to move one's body to the rhythm of music, resulting in a convulsion like motion that induces the laughter of those in close proximity to the "dancer".
The acts seen at grade-school dances. The awkward moments experience in nightclubs. That which some consider "dancing", looks to the rest of us like an uncontrolable spams of the apendages.
de Bethany Home 4 avril 2006
The act of elaboratly flailing around your apendages in an attempt to immpress or entertain someone or a group of people.
She was dancing at the party.
de Z 3 octobre 2004
NOT dance dance revolution
Max 300? They call this dancing?
de dress3d2k1ll 11 juillet 2006

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