buck–and–wing

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noun \ˌbə-kən-ˈwiŋ\

Definition of buck–and–wing

  1. :  a solo tap dance with sharp foot accents, springs, leg flings, and heel clicks

1895

First Known Use of buck–and–wing

1895

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