coryphée

[ kawr-uh-fey, kor-; French kaw-ree-fey ]SEE DEFINITION OF coryphée

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She is now, I am told, a coryphee in one of the public dancing halls.

A coryphee is testing her pretty little toes in Sir Hubert's skiff.

That girl might be anything—Queen of Spain, or coryphee in the opera ballet.

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