And the Doctor looked as if he should like to rigadoon and sashy across as well as the young one he was talkin' about.
Arm in arm, their sabots clogging, they did a rigadoon down the winding road.
She would dance you a rigadoon or cut a pigeon's wing for you very respectably.
To build a city he had only to play a rigadoon and a minuet; but the other hero destroyed them by the sound of rams' horns.
The dance itself is nothing; it might as well be called a rigadoon or a Sailor's Hornpipe, so far as the steps go.