Examples of polka in a Sentence
The band played a polka.
Recent Examples of polka from the Web
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.
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.
Enjoy Bavarian brews and dance-able polka and other German music aboard a sightseeing cruise along the Chicago River.
Voices and polka music filter into the cool evening air, punctuated by the dull thunk of boots on wooden steps.
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The fall-themed festival will bring just about every aspect of fall fun to life from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 1, including live music by The Squeezettes, hay rides, an apple pie baking contest, polka, big wheel racing and more.
The actress was spotted carrying the three-year-old, who looked too cute in a pair of tiny pigtails and a blue-and-white polka-dot dress, around the city.
Her side was covered in gruesome polka-dots—fur here, open sores and bare skin there—possibly caused by shrapnel, infection, or parasites, said Diana Bernas, who heads animal care at Al Ma’wa.
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Origin and Etymology of polka
First Known Use: 1825See Words from the same year
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