They surrounded them, the victor and the vanquished, and danced a war-dance, singing impromptu words.
George had seen little of the red men and begged them to hold a war-dance.
Two nights after the decision by lot there was a gathering and a war-dance at the Igazipuza kraal.
They danced upon the sea of fire as warriors dance the war-dance.
The Indians were given some liquor, in return for which they danced their war-dance before the boys.
They performed a war-dance for us, which was the wildest exhibition I have ever seen.
“I am going to be a soldier, Arnold,” put in Dicky, dancing a kind of war-dance round him.
Little Tim sat in front, yelling like an Indian at a war-dance.
An Indian chief, excelling all his tribe at a war-dance, could not have outdone the grotesque movements of the colonel.
It is the war-dance, she said excitedly, the dance of the battle.