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  • noun Alternative form of schottische.


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  • Then came a waltz, then a schottisch, then another waltz, and finally a quadrille, set to unmitigated English tunes.

    Anahuac : or, Mexico and the Mexicans, Ancient and Modern Edward Burnett Tylor

  • The schottisch over, Leandro invited the family to refreshments.

    The Quest P��o Baroja 1914

  • At this moment the band from the Orphan Asylum blared forth the schottisch called _Los Cocineros_ (The Cooks).

    The Quest P��o Baroja 1914

  • Fred Vincent was as grum as a preacher all the evening, and when I asked him what on earth made him so surly and owlish, he said, 'It was too provoking you would not come, for no one else could dance the schottisch to his liking.'

    Beulah 1872


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