dancing step

dancing step

[¦dan·siŋ ¦step]
(building construction)

balanced step, dancing step, dancing winder

One of a series of winders arranged so that the width of each winder tread (at the narrow end) is almost equal to the tread width in the straight portion of the adjacent stair flight.
References in classic literature ?
Fanny came up sometimes to teach them a new dancing step, and more than once was betrayed into a game of romps, for which she was none the worse.
Another piece called to her mind a dainty young woman clad in an Empire gown, taking mincing dancing steps as she came down a long avenue between tall hedges.
The event is being organised by the museum in collaboration with the Cultural Workshop Ayion Omoloyiton under the name Traditional Dancing Steps, and aims at promoting local customs, dances, music and traditional costume.
It will span his first dancing steps as a boy in the 1950s to the Strictly Come Dancing years.
More than 50 guests put their dancing steps to the test with the best couple from the session going on to take the stage with Darren and Lilia during the dinner later that evening.
The technique is much easier for the little ones, since Scottish country dancing steps are based on ballet and many young girls also take ballet classes," says Read.
It'll be a toe-tappin', foot-stompin' good time as Dennis and Karlene Leatherman teach the latest country line dancing steps each day.
Brendan Cole from Strictly Come Dancing steps in to show him some moves.
Her curriculum included anatomy, physiology, massage, medical corrective exercises, hygiene, elocution, aesthetic dancing, and fancy dancing, which was comprised of adaptations of ballroom dancing steps.