Buck-and-wing



a tap dance derived in style from black and Irish clog dances, marked especially by vigorous hopping, flinging of the legs, and clicking of the heels.
Historical Examples

Rolling Stones O. Henry
We Can’t Have Everything Rupert Hughes
A Man of Means P. G. Wodehouse and C. H. Bovill
Negritos of Zambales William Allan Reed

noun
(US) a boisterous tap dance, derived from Black and Irish clog dances

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