jive

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jive

a style of lively and jerky dance performed to jazz and, later, to rock and roll, popular esp in the 1940s and 1950s
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A collective wince is also still in order whenever digital disaster Jar Jar Binks (now a senator) makes one of his brief appearances, opens his mouth and spills forth his jive talk.
19] Calloway, whose novelty scat style was enormously popular, incorporated jive talk and mannerisms into his performance.
Kaufman uses a language and literary technique that are similar to those in recordings made by bop vocalist Babs Gonzales and comedian Richard "Lord" Buckley, who was famous for retelling Shakespeare and the New Testament in jive talk.