Definition of Entrechats

1. entrechat [n] - See also: entrechat



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Entrechats

entreatable
entreatance
entreated
entreater
entreaters
entreatful
entreaties
entreating
entreatingly
entreative
entreatment
entreatments
entreats
entreaty
entrechat
entrechats (current term)
entrecote
entrecotes
entrecôte
entred
entree
entrees
entremes
entremets
entremots
entrench
entrenched
entrencher
entrenchers
entrenches

Literary usage of Entrechats

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1. French Essays and Profiles by Stuart Oliver Henry (1921)
"entrechats-8 (separating the feet four times and bringing them together ... Blasis, writing in 1830, said that entrechats had been performed as high as 14. ..."

2. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1910)
"He offered me his columns; he wished me luck with the heiress; by his Gods, he swore he worshipped entrechats, and held a silk leg the most admirable work ..."

3. La Camargo: opera comique in three acts by Charles Lecocq, Albert Vanloo, Eugène Leterrier (1879)
"... ya se traduit en entrechats... Voyez, messieurs, Iis entrechats! (Pantomime indiquant lejeu ..."

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