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reed-dance, noun

A traditional ceremonial dance accompanied by reed flutes, part of the culture of several African peoples.
[1824 W.J. Burchell Trav. II. 411When the dancers, who were all men, had tuned their reeds, they formed themselves into a ring...The rings was drawn as closely together as their number would conveniently allow, but each person danced separate.]
1994 TV1, 19 Sept. (News)Attending the Reed Dance of the Maidens at Nongoma on Saturday.
A traditional ceremonial dance accompanied by reed flutes, part of the culture of several African peoples.

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