any of a variety of social or recreational dances performed by couples, as in a ballroom.
The Gay Games, for example, has ballroom dancing—and the dancers are all same-sex couples.
Let the Gay Games Begin Itay Hod October 1, 2009
The only thing I could do, having been raised in enervating luxury, was ballroom dancing, so I ball-room danced.
The Adventures of Sally P. G. Wodehouse
Did you and your husband attempt to resort again to your ballroom dancing?
Warren Commission (9 of 26): Hearings Vol. IX (of 15) The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
I want an absolutely quiet room where I get no kitchen noises or ballroom dancing.
A Court of Inquiry Grace S. Richmond
social dancing, popular since the beginning of the 20th century, to dances in conventional rhythms (ballroom dances) such as the foxtrot and the quickstep
a spherical or approximately spherical body or shape; sphere: He rolled the piece of paper into a ball. a round or roundish body, of various sizes and materials, either hollow or solid, for use in games, as baseball, football, tennis, or golf. a game played with a ball, especially baseball: The boys are out playing […]
- Balls to the wall
balls to the wall adjective phrase : They are not the cigar-chomping ”balls to the wall” warmongers of popular perceptions adverb phrase At or to the extreme; at full speed; all-out, flat out: She is driving balls to the wall in that Mini [1960s+ Air Force; fr the thrusting of an aircraft throttle, topped by […]
a state of confusion; mix-up.
adverb, adjective without restraint; all-out Examples It was a balls-out attack on the other team. Word Origin 1959 Usage Note British adjective Very great; extreme; total: That was more like a crazy, balls-out terrain, a whack course [1940s+; probably fr balls to the wall]