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ceilidh in Leisure topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishceilidhcei‧lidh /ˈkeɪli/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 DLan evening entertainment with Scottish or Irish singing and dancing
Examples from the Corpus
ceilidhIndividual concerts and ceilidhs can be booked in advance.There have been ceilidhs, concerts, choral group plays - the list is long!After the wedding a large reception and evening ceilidh was held at the Glynhill Hotel.Years ago they used to have ceilidhs in Village school, and lots of things, but no longer.Plans are afoot for an informal dance or ceilidh.There were ceilidhs round the peat fires and on the fine days we explored the moors and sea cliffs.