Part of speech: noun

A Spanish dance.

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Usage examples "fandango":

  1. Her figure is slender and supple, with those bold expansions of the hips which, in dancing the fandango, make short work of the skirt. - "French and Oriental Love in a Harem", Mario Uchard.
  2. Then they trooped in, danced a wild fandango which made Judy envious that she herself was not in it, and finally opened up refreshments. - "Molly Brown's Senior Days", Nell Speed.
  3. Got a jug of whiskey to have a fandango when ye gits home. - "Our World, or, The Slaveholders Daughter", F. Colburn Adams.