Her dancing had called forth the admiration of everybody, and the young men crowded about, begging to see her dance-card.
The program or dance-card of public balls and college class dances, has undeniable advantages.
Presently he drew from his pocket a dance-card, glanced over it for the twentieth time, and replaced it with a sigh.
a list of activities that one is involved in
A putative list of priorities, engagements, etc: Kissinger's dance card that week included a party for Margaret Thatcher/ Suddenly, the Iraqi leader had maneuvered himself to the top of Mr. Clinton's dance card (1980s+)