[dan-suh-buhl, dahn-]
appropriate for or conducive to dancing: danceable music.

1855–60; dance + -able

danceability, noun
undanceable, adjective Unabridged
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dance (dɑːns)
1.  (intr) to move the feet and body rhythmically, esp in time to music
2.  (tr) to perform (a particular dance)
3.  (intr) to skip or leap, as in joy, etc
4.  to move or cause to move in a light rhythmic way
5.  dance attendance on someone to attend someone solicitously or obsequiously
6.  a series of rhythmic steps and movements, usually in time to musicRelated: Terpsichorean
7.  an act of dancing
8.  a.  a social meeting arranged for dancing; ball
 b.  (as modifier): a dance hall
9.  a piece of music in the rhythm of a particular dance form, such as a waltz
10.  short for dance music
11.  dancelike movements made by some insects and birds, esp as part of a behaviour pattern
12.  informal (Brit) lead someone a dance to cause someone continued worry and exasperation; play up
Related: Terpsichorean
[C13: from Old French dancier]
n, —adj

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They continue to be praised across the country for singable, danceable songs that parents enjoy as much as their kids.
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