It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker. Please consider supporting our site by purchasing an account.
This web browser is not supported. Use Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Edge for best results.

Find clues or match patterns

See all the clues for any answer word, or all answers that match a specified pattern

Pattern matching options:
Sort items:
Answer length:
Enter a word or pattern:

Support XWord Info today

Access this site for a full year:

  1. Select your level
  2. Choose how to pay

Learn about support levels.

$50 — Angel

Full access + download

$20 — Regular User

Full access, limited Finder

$10 — Casual User

Students & seniors

119 results for DANCE

35 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for DANCE.

DateGridClueAuthor
13DTerpsichore's domainTimothy Polin
63ACut a rug (2)Merl Reagle (1950-2015)
99DThe Harlem Shake or the DougiePatrick Berry
44AProm, e.g.Michael David
40DSchool socialKevan Choset
37APony or alligatorDavid J. Kahn
44AAfter-hours school eventWill Nediger
71AWord that can follow the ends of 17-, 21-, 36-, 44-, 54- and 64-AcrossAlan Arbesfeld
51AMonkey, pony or alligatorMichael Torch
11DRumba or sambaRichard Chisholm
49ABolero, e.g.Victor Fleming and Bruce Venzke
1AFlickerDonna Hoke Kahwaty
102AJive, e.g.Patrick Berry
3D1-Down, e.g.Con Pederson
54ASome fancy footworkPatrick Merrell
69AMacarena, e.g.John Underwood
71AHint to the start of 17-, 31-, 46- and 61-AcrossNancy Salomon and Gail Grabowski
36AWhat flames may doElizabeth C. Gorski
50DCut a rug (2)Fred Piscop
26DCharleston, e.g.James Rogers
46ADo a do-si-doPeter Gordon
8DPageant routineA. J. Santora
34ABreak ___Rich Norris
27D"Shall we ___?"Gregory E. Paul
27DDomain of one of the MusesGlenton Petgrave
63APony or monkeyRichard Silvestri
48ABalletGregory E. Paul
25DTwist or stompLeslie Billig
40AProm, sayRobert Dillman
47AMonkey or ponyManny Nosowsky
50ATwo-step, for oneJ. K. Brill
7DStep livelyNorma Steinberg
67DShuffleHarvey Estes
40ABall (2)Rich Norris
64ABall (2)Ernie Furtado

84 results for DANCE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
66AWatusi, e.g.Lois SidwayTaub
3DFrug or jig (5)Jim PageMaleska
59ASamba or rumba, e.g.Janet R. BenderMaleska
11DMerengue or koloJames L. BeattyMaleska
64AMerengue, e.g.Louis SabinMaleska
69DBallErnst TheimerMaleska
15DMinuet, e.g.Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
65ABallRobert W. SturgesMaleska
31DTerpsichore's specialtyLouis SabinMaleska
12AAnother forte of 1 AcrossJim PageMaleska
33DPavane, e.g.Arthur W. PalmerMaleska
17AHighland fling, e.g.Evelyn BenshoofMaleska
64AMove like Susan JaffeBetty HinmanMaleska
91ABourrée or forlanaJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
43DNew Year’s Eve activityWalter CovellMaleska
19ASaltarello, e.g.Edward MarcheseMaleska
18ADo the monkeyJoel D. LafargueMaleska
36AMamba or rumbaMelvin KenworthyMaleska
49AMartha Graham's fieldAsnasMaleska
95AKolo or merengueJohn GreenmanMaleska
43ACharleston, e.g.WhittenMaleska
59ACut a rugRichard SilvestriMaleska
24AField of Merce CunninghamBernice GordonMaleska
83AGopak or hopakPeter G. SnowMaleska
28ACarol or koloWarren W. ReichMaleska
1ACharleston, e.g.Joan WhitmanMaleska
27AQuadrille, e.g.John GreenmanMaleska
12DTwist, for oneSamuel K. FliegnerMaleska
61APas de deuxRonald C. HirschfeldMaleska
54DProm or hopA. J. SantoraMaleska
37AReel, e.g.David A. ScullyMaleska
53DCotillionMeislerMaleska
88DGuaracha or sambaJack LuzzattoMaleska
64AMilieu of Martha GrahamJohn ChervokasMaleska
29DSaraband or horaDaughdrilleMaleska
63ACharleston, for oneSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
59AHopMartha J. DeWittMaleska
65DReelAlfio MicciMaleska
5ABallHerb L. RisteenMaleska
12DBallTerry HealyMaleska
12DSaraband, e.g.Arnold MossMaleska
46ASnake or dinnerSteeleWeng
52DHop, for oneMartha J. DeWittWeng
52AAnitra's forteJoseph LaFauciWeng
41ASalome's fieldElizabeth M. QuackenbushWeng
63ASun ___Diana SessionsWeng
39DFrug or hulaUnknownWeng
12DBallUnknownWeng
46ATango, for oneUnknownWeng
49ACaperUnknownWeng
19ASpring up and downUnknownWeng
33A"Anitra's ___"UnknownWeng
44DReel.UnknownWeng
7AJump for joyJack LuzzattoFarrar
52DTerpsichore's forte.UnknownFarrar
22ASocial event.UnknownFarrar
89AShingaling, for one.William LutwiniakFarrar
12DTerpsichore's specialty.UnknownFarrar
34DSocial affair.H. L. RisteenFarrar
40APopular party.George LaczkoFarrar
56ABolero.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
28ABob up and down.UnknownFarrar
54DBall.UnknownFarrar
56DReel.Bert BeamanFarrar
12DFrug or monkey.UnknownFarrar
116DBossa nova.Diana SessionsFarrar
32DSong's companion.Louis SabinFarrar
122D"___ of the Hours."Christine ValenceFarrar
63DFling.W. E. JonesFarrar
12DMazurka.Sidney LambertFarrar
23ALancers.Christine ValenceFarrar
27APromenade.Mary ClarkFarrar
10AHornpipe.UnknownFarrar
9A"Wedding ___."Jules ArensbergFarrar
23DSocial event.H. L. RisteenFarrar
59AHornpipe.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
46DTarantella.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
47DGower Champion's specialty.UnknownFarrar
8DHop.Helen ChapmanFarrar
121DSchottische.Thomas MeekinFarrar
30DHop.UnknownFarrar
47AArthur Murray's specialty.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
87DMartha Graham's field.Eugene MaleskaFarrar
66ABuilder of Mansion House, London.Louis JenkinsFarrar