(would you) care to dance

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(would you) care to dance

Would you like to dance with me? This is a beautiful song—care to dance? You look lovely tonight. Would you care to dance?
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

(Would you) care to dance?

Do you want to dance with me?; Would you please dance with me? John: Would you care to dance? Mary: I don't dance, but thank you for asking. "Care to dance?" asked Bill, politely.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Therefore the shock she received can better be imagined than described, when he said in a perfectly tranquil tone, "Do you care to dance?"
"I don't want any of the gentlemen; they are so stiff, and don't care to dance with me; but I like those boys over there, and I 'll dance with any of them if they are willing," said Polly, after a survey.
Some couples do not care to dance, and have retired to the corners, where they sit with their arms enlaced.
20, Jamie Rhodes, (burlesque name: Victoria Voluptuous), and Shelly Palmer (burlesque name: Chellena Star) will be hosting a burlesque performance workshop at Care to Dance in Wichita, where participants will learn the basics of the sultry art form and unleash their inner burlesque.
ANYONE care to dance? If so, Gateshead Council is looking for people to take part in an interactive art project to celebrate its former Old Town Hall being transformed into a cultural hub.
At the stroke of 12, he crept over nervously and asked: "Excuse me, princess, would you care to dance?"
For the pessimistic: I don't suppose you'd care to dance? I thought as much, not a chance.
They met when, encouraged by a friend, Malcolm asked Betty if she would care to dance and the rest is history.
Anyway, back to business and the Sunday of Vital 03, a day that heralds the arrival of those who care to dance.
She said no, she didn't care to dance, and her mother grinned a gold tooth in apology.
Would you care to dance? This is not a question you expect to be asked while cruising at 30,000ft - unless you`re flying with South African Airways!
Come to Care to Dance dance studio in the Delano District on the corner of Seneca and Douglas and get your groove on.
The star, who shot to fame as a disco king in the 70s film Saturday Night Fever, said he was a bundle of nerves as he walked over to her and said: 'Excuse me, princess, would you care to dance?'