prance around

prance around something

to dance or jump in celebration around something or throughout some place. (Compare this with waltz around something.) The kids pranced around the room, celebrating. They pranced around the table that held the ice cream and cake.
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prance around

to dance, jump, or strut around. The little deer were prancing around, enjoying the spring air. Stop prancing around and get to work.
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She became upset seeing a jumper on display, because she used to buy her deceased dad that prezzie, which he loved so much he would prance around the room in it, giving everyone a laugh.
He said his mum's job as a nurse and his dad's as a surgeon put his own success in perspective, adding: "My dad saved lives, I prance around in tights.
Ella, who played significant roles in the successful rugby union careers of Australian wingers Wendell Sailor and Tuqiri, said: "He reminds me a bit of Lote, not like Wendell who liked to prance around.
And they're the only people who could get former Wales rugby international Ian Gough to prance around in a dress as Wendy.
Which leaves HP diehards like myselfI mean, I loyally waited around just to stand a whole five yards away from Radcliffe himself after watching him prance around in Broadway's 2011 revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Tryingwondering: What the heck took so long?
I think Alison would have laughed her head off at Team Ford as we prance around in our running kit.
DANCING dog Pudsey is going to prance around Style in a routine at the National Television Awards.
And she just loves to prance around in an itsy bitsy teeny weeny usually wet bikini.
The 54-year-old singer had planned to prance around in her new music video, and possibly on stage, dressed as a "Terror Bride" as a comment on women's oppression and war.
No doubt they would have been surrounded by their bodyguards just so they could prance around to make themselves visible.
99 toy, which is flying off the shelves at Pets at Home stores, rustles and squeaks as the pooches prance around, helping them move in time to the music.
Posh and Co will be earning millions of pounds to prance around stage dressed up to the nines in front of thousands of their adoring fans.
There's Patrick, certainly, who has been directed by John Bonito (or perhaps left to his own devices) to prance around like a psychotic ringleader.
Noah's Arc is another step-and-fetch freak show about muscle-bound stereotypes who prance around calling each other "fag.
Wearing homemade ostrich costumes ingeniously constructed from mop handles, vacuum hoses, and papiermache, the four members of the immediate Ben-Ner family prance around a wooded area that looks suspiciously like Manhattan's Riverside Park.