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terpsichorean (adj.)

"pertaining to dancing," 1869, literally "of Terpsichore," from Latinized form of Greek Terpsikhore, muse of dancing and dramatic chorus (see Terpsichore). Hence theatrical slang terp "stage dancer, chorus girl" (1937).

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Definitions of terpsichorean
1
terpsichorean (n.)
a performer who dances professionally;
Synonyms: dancer / professional dancer
2
terpsichorean (adj.)
of or relating to dancing;
her terpsichorean activities
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