Definition of balletic in English:

balletic

Line breaks: bal|let¦ic
Pronunciation: /bəˈlɛtɪk
 
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adjective

Relating to or characteristic of ballet: a graceful, balletic movement
More example sentences
  • There's something extraordinary about an industrial robot at work - mainly because of their truly balletic sense of movement, full of precision and elegance.
  • Denis collaborated with choreographer Bernardo Montet on the film and at times it has the appearance of an extended dance piece, brutal and balletic.
  • Both subsequently were premiered as complete balletic pieces.

Derivatives

balletically

adverb
More example sentences
  • Just as urban gangmembers don't leap about balletically, real hippies had none of the wholesome peppiness displayed by the performers in ‘Hair.’
  • They pose balletically in studios, chase each other underwater, admire themselves in store windows.
  • I swung my leg balletically up over the edge of the table to reveal that I was wearing orange fluorescent ankle socks.

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