Definition of clog dancing in English:

clog dancing

noun

  • See clog dance

    • ‘The maypole was followed by some traditional Northumbrian clog dancing taught to the children by a teacher of ours from Newcastle.’
    • ‘Youngsters will be able to take part in activities, including poetry writing, spinning and weaving, and clog dancing.’
    • ‘This session was completed with a demonstration of clog dancing by Julia much to the delight of the audience.’
    • ‘He was a young kid simply interested in dancing, from Lancashire clog dancing to Hollywood tap dancing.’
    • ‘The children were put through their paces in the first rehearsal with the company on Sunday as they learned clog dancing.’