Definition of Rigaudon

1. Noun. (alternative form of rigadoon) ¹



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Definition of Rigaudon

1. rigadoon [n -S] - See also: rigadoon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rigaudon

rifts
rifty
rig
rig out
rig pig
rig pigs
rig up
riga fir
rigadoon
rigadoons
rigamarole
rigamaroles
rigation
rigatoni
rigatonis
rigaudon (current term)
rigaudons
rigel
rigg
riggalds
rigged
rigger
rigger brush
riggers
rigging
riggings
riggish
riggle
riggs

Literary usage of Rigaudon

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1. Grammar of the Art of Dancing, Theoretical and Practical: Lessons in the by Friedrich Albert Zorn, Alfonso Josephs Sheafe, Benjamin P. Coates (1905)
"298]. 472. This step occurs in the English national dance called the Sailor's Hornpipe. 473. Pas de rigaudon. This step is also known as the ..."

2. The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith, M. B.: Including a Variety of by Oliver Goldsmith (1837)
"(Bowing often) I am called rigaudon, Sir, at your service. SOUR. ... Mr. rigaudon, do you know I will sen.l you out of the window if I call my servants? ..."

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