alacritous


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Related to alacritous: impeding, unobtrusively, undeniably, rebuffed
  • adj

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quick and eager

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30) of this perennially enchanting Mozart masterwork, but company debutant Bernard Labadie, leading an alert, alacritous performance and abetted by a fine cast, made what virtue he could out of the sad necessity of watching yet another outing of this soulless puppet pageant.
Having already failed to enable Lancaster's alacritous ascent to the still vacant "regal throne" York now hopes to direct the action to a quick ceremonial conclusion.
The slam-dunk winner among the season's premieres was Dwight Rhoden's Twist, a high-tech, sexy work endowed with plenty of muscle and stretch For its alacritous dancers.
The institutional context itself remains a sizable stumbling block, one that seems to subject notions of art as equivalencing political agency to alacritous defusing.