dancing dervish


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dancing dervish

[¦dan·siŋ ′dər·vish]
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He left behind several papers, one of which said: "Hitler is a dancing dervish.
Some writers object to Scott's dancing dervish, hen-on-hot bricks tactics when the enemy are approaching, but there are those who see method in his seeming madness, holding that nothing flurries an attack more than a really animated opposition 'keeper.
Motivator walks down far more relaxed than the dancing dervish of the early spring, and once he swings up to lead horse Magic Sting in the gallop, his slightly round action freewheels in hardly impressive fashion.