Examples of polka in a Sentence
The band played a polka.
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The 16-day festival, which draws a crowd of over 6 million visitors to Munich every year, features nonstop entertainment, with food, beer and stereotypical folk songs, marches and polkas.
Kishka/Gorski has almost single-handedly made Polish and Eastern European culture cool again in Cleveland, from polka to pierogi and even babushkas and accordions.
The Polka Booster Club of America, a 50-year-old organization that celebrates polka music, is gearing up for its popular annual Christmas celebration.
Entertainment for the German Oktoberfest will be provided by John Banker, who will be dressed in an authentic Lederhosen and presenting German folk music combined with traditional songs and polkas.
Organizers encourage attendees to wear lederhosen for a night of polka and dancing.
View Slideshow Yayoi Kusama’s ultimate Instagram exhibit is back in New York City tomorrow at David Zwirner — featuring two new infinity rooms, new flower sculptures, 66 paintings, and a polka-dot room.
Voices and polka music filter into the cool evening air, punctuated by the dull thunk of boots on wooden steps.
Local Czech-Americans celebrate their own tiny little version of WestFest every September, complete with polka dancing at 4 p.m. to the Jodie Mikula Orchestra.
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Origin and Etymology of polka
First Known Use: 1825See Words from the same year
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