Jitterbug ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Jitterbug ( noun )

A lively, energetic dance popular in the African American community in the early 20th century.

Origin:

Jitterbug originated in the united states in the early 20th century as a term for a type of lively, energetic dancing popular in the african american community. it is thought to have originated from the phrase "jitters" meaning nervous energy or agitation, and "bug" meaning a person or thing that causes trouble or annoyance.

Examples:

  1. The couple swayed and jittered on the dance floor, their bodies moving in perfect unison to the jitterbug beat.
  2. She was a natural at the jitterbug and could out-dance anyone in the club.
  3. The band struck up a jitterbug number and the crowd rushed to the dance floor.
  4. He had never tried the jitterbug before, but with a little guidance from his partner, he soon picked up the moves.
  5. The jitterbug was a dance that required a lot of energy and stamina, but it was also a lot of fun.

(As a verb)

Jitterbug ( verb )

A lively, energetic dance popular in the African American community in the early 20th century.

Origin:

Jitterbug originated in the united states in the early 20th century as a term for a type of lively, energetic dancing popular in the african american community. it is thought to have originated from the phrase "jitters" meaning nervous energy or agitation, and "bug" meaning a person or thing that causes trouble or annoyance.

Examples:

  1. The couple swayed and jittered on the dance floor, their bodies moving in perfect unison to the jitterbug beat.
  2. She was a natural at the jitterbug and could out-dance anyone in the club.
  3. The band struck up a jitterbug number and the crowd rushed to the dance floor.
  4. He had never tried the jitterbug before, but with a little guidance from his partner, he soon picked up the moves.
  5. The jitterbug was a dance that required a lot of energy and stamina, but it was also a lot of fun.
Some random words: sepsis, roughen, inveterate