One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Dance to popular music.‘I watched as other clubbers threw shapes on the dance floor’‘yours truly attempted to throw some shapes to long forgotten tunes from the 1970s’
- ‘Even passers-by stopped to watch the women as they happily threw shapes for the camera on Kildare Street.’
- ‘While her backing dancers threw shapes which would have caused blushes at the Moulin Rouge, she bounced through her back catalogue of bubblegum music.’
- ‘It wasn't till a month later that I realised I'd been throwing shapes to a cover of 'Anyone of Us'.’
- ‘She's bellowing her way through 'Singing In The Rain', throwing shapes she's perfected from her own choreography.’
- ‘I've been known to throw some shapes to this from time to time.’
- ‘Some young children joined the fun, imitating Liam's athleticism as he threw shapes and belted out popular numbers such as "You can love me now".’
- ‘His movements are stiff and robotic, like those Bauhaus artist ballets where middle-class guys who don't know how to dance throw shapes in absurd costumes.’
- ‘I ran into O'Dwyer, who, it has to be said, threw some pretty impressive shapes on the dancefloor.’
- ‘He dramatically vaults the barricades, gyrates his hips and begins throwing shapes.’
- ‘Throwing some shapes on the dance floor was the princess, with her sister in tow.’
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