To revert now to the canter, for which the pirouettes are preparations.
How is it possible to fall in love with legs and pirouettes?
It is easily recognised by its cheerful song and the way in which it pirouettes among the foliage and spreads its tail into a fan.
The incorrigible Nettie cut one of her pirouettes across the room, and snapped her fingers by way of answer to this assertion.
It leaps monstrously across the blackness, alights on the precise tip of our nose, pirouettes there an instant, and swings off.
The green dancer stopped its capers; now it merely ran back and forth across the stage in a series of pirouettes.
The skilfully linked steps, the slides, the pirouettes delighted but did not discourage him.
Poised on an imaginary toe, she pirouettes round her self-centre, at the rate of over a thousand miles an hour.
She dances backward and forward across the room, with merry step; pirouettes and points finger into audience.
It combines pretty attitudes, poses, pirouettes and the several different types of kicking steps that are now so popular.