Definition of coulisse in English:

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coulisse

Pronunciation: /kuːˈliːs/

noun

1A flat piece of scenery at the side of the stage in a theatre.
1.1 (the coulisses) The spaces between the flat pieces of scenery at the side of a stage; the wings.

Origin

Early 19th century: French, feminine of coulis 'sliding', based on Latin colare 'to flow'.

Words that rhyme with coulisse

anis, apiece, Berenice, caprice, cassis, cease, crease, Dumfries, fils, fleece, geese, grease, Greece, kris, lease, Lucrece, MacNeice, Matisse, McAleese, Nice, niece, obese, peace, pelisse, police, Rees, Rhys, set piece, sublease, surcease, two-piece, underlease

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