The chief item on the programme was the "haka," or ancient Maori war dance, which was performed by four half-caste Maori youths.
The Sioux camped just above the house, and at night had their war dance.
I came, and there stood the bicycle, and Father danced a war dance about it.
The neighborhood was full of them, generally all painted for the war dance.
Loud were the shouts of joy; a war dance ensued to celebrate the great event.
I will now say a little about the bear dance, and the war dance.
As the war dance was the call to battle, this was the aftermath.
They had been having a war dance, he said, and that showed that they were about to attack the place.
On the side lines, Clarence Prissler was executing a war dance of his own.
The war dance and the medicine dance seemed the most popular.