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a person who dances, especially professionally


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Great fan of all the different sorts of animal-based terpsichorean arts, in fact.
An account of the famous Catalog Aria, for example, is as memorable for his terpsichorean antics as for his perfect patter-song delivery.
Same-sex ballroom allows for significant range in terpsichorean style; some dancers clearly choose to embrace those elements, such as the degree of extension in the "lady's" back arch in Standard, that can be read as traditionally "feminine.
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Swept into the mad, comic scenario, the title teens manage to "tap dance" out of it with skill rivaling any terpsichorean twirl of O'Hurley's.
She was in the terpsichorean arts before assuming the domestic life with me.
It had been one of the Kid's pastimes to shoot Mexicans "to see them kick": if he demanded from them moribund Terpsichorean feats, simply that he might be entertained, what terrible and extreme penalties would be certain to follow should they anger him
Despite this chequered Terpsichorean history, I succumbed to temptation last week and, with my wife, who presumably had let the earlier indiscretion lie on file, accepted an invitation to a salsa night.
She's one of hundreds of hoofers who are going to tap for America, and their dedication has made me wonder about this curious manifestation of the Terpsichorean Muse.
Skiles Howard's The Politics of Courtly Dancing in Early Modern England begins soundly if conventionally, with a terpsichorean version of the familiar tale of the Renaissance withdrawal of the elite from the common culture of the later Middle Ages.
Beneath the stern countenance and unpromising bulk of the Matrioska doll are six smaller nesting dolls charged by a vital terpsichorean spirit which propels them into a snap-the-whip-style dance at the sound of the Russian folk music.
It is this aspect which gives the building its terpsichorean character, and the sense of uninhibited exuberance around which all criticism of the building revolves.
By that time, Francis was painting the pictures for which he'd be most remembered: mural-sized canvases whose oceans of glaring white are interrupted by continents, islands, peninsulas, and isthmuses of intense blue, red, and yellow deposited by an artist as terpsichorean as Pollock and as wristy as de Kooning.
First Dance, a ballet pattern, features toe shoes and other terpsichorean motifs.
I mean, the terpsichorean convulsions now known as "break dancing" are anything but new.