Definition of Rigaudons

1. Noun. (plural of rigaudon) ¹



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Definition of Rigaudons

1. rigaudon [n] - See also: rigaudon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rigaudons

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

Literary usage of Rigaudons

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1. The Art of Ballet by Mark Edward Perugini (1915)
"'Tis time she learned her proper place is A little lower in the pack ; For all in favour now my pace is : Of rigaudons I have the knack. ..."

2. Some Musicians of Former Days by Romain Rolland (1915)
"What would be said of the romantic adventures of Dardanus and the mythological tragedies that were opportunely brightened by rigaudons, passe- pieds, ..."

3. The Indebtedness of Handel to Works by Other Composers: A Presentation of by Sedley Taylor (1906)
"... U Cembalo," is a collection of overtures, fugues, fantasias etc., and of movements in dance-forms, minuets, rigaudons, sarabandes, gigues and the like. ..."

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