Thesaurus / pirouette

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But the pack-horses are less tractable, and dance and pirouette in all directions till the noise is over.

My pony, however, began to pirouette round in circles, and before I could get him in hand the lioness bounded away.

In the middle of the park is a large kiosk, big enough for a couple of hundred folk to pirouette at a time.

Through Finland in CartsEthel Brilliana Alec-Tweedie

So saying, he made a pirouette on his heel, and put his attendants in motion to place dinner on the table.

The Fortunes of NigelSir Walter Scott

She did the pirouette to admiration—whirling round upon her apex.

With that she made a pirouette, and in three bounds was out of the room.

Blan replied only by making a pirouette; he was in a state of frantic gayety.

Jessie suddenly hopped down from the chair arm and began a pirouette about the room, clapping her hands as she danced.

For they must whirl and pirouette until the end of the world; and that is a long time even for children who love to dance.

I cut so strong a pirouette that all my bells jingle, and come down in an attitude, with one hand upon my hip.

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