barn dancenoun [ C ]uk /ˈbɑːn ˌdɑːns/ us /ˈbɑːrn ˌdæns/
Examples from literature
- Now came the festive barn dance.
- Often I have heard it sung in shrill, piping voice at harvest supper or barn dance.
- That barn dance will be fun, said Alice to Ruth, the evening on which it was to take place.
- The place had been closed since summer, and it seemed colder than outside, but those two did the barn dance then and there.
- We even had picnics and barn dances every three or four weeks.