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Circle vs Hokeypokey - What's the difference?

circle | hokeypokey |


As nouns the difference between circle and hokeypokey

is that circle is (lb) a two-dimensional geometric figure, a line, consisting of the set of all those points in a plane that are equally distant from another point while hokeypokey is (us) a group dance performed in a circle, in which people move various of their body parts in and out of the middle, and shake them about.

As a verb circle

is to travel around along a curved path.

Dance vs Hokeypokey - What's the difference?

dance | hokeypokey |


As a verb dance

is .

As a noun hokeypokey is

(us) a group dance performed in a circle, in which people move various of their body parts in and out of the middle, and shake them about.

Hokeypokey vs Hokey - What's the difference?

hokeypokey | hokey |

Hokeypokey is a see also of hokey.


As a noun hokeypokey

is (us) a group dance performed in a circle, in which people move various of their body parts in and out of the middle, and shake them about.

As an adjective hokey is

(us|colloquial) phony, as if a hoax; noticeably contrived; of obviously flimsy credibility or quality.