Definition of Lambeth Walk
: a jaunty ballroom dance combining a strutting march with figures resembling those of a square dance
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Origin and Etymology of lambeth walk
from Lambeth Walk (1937), song by Douglas Furber †1961 British author and Noel Gay †1954 British musician, from Lambeth Walk, a street in London, England
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