ballroom dancing

From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Dance, Leisure
ballroom dancingˌballroom ˈdancing noun [uncountable] APDDLa type of dancing that is done with a partner and has different steps for particular types of music, such as the waltz
Examples from the Corpus
ballroom dancingOne early distinction suggests itself: ballet is performed for an audience; ballroom dancing is where we can all join in.Voice over They've been ballroom dancing in Cheltenham Town Hall for 50 years now.But ballroom dancing is an activity that screams out for a band.Rugby supporters, who are as much licence-payers as are aficionados of ballroom dancing, have, I think, been short-changed.But what would then be the case with an exhibition or competition of ballroom dancing?I was very fond of ballroom dancing, and of other things associated with the tripping of the light-fantastic.