Definición de alacritous en inglés:

alacritous

Saltos de línea: alac|ri¦tous
Pronunciación: /əˈlakrɪtəs
 
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adjetivo

rare
Brisk or lively: she danced her solos with vigour and alacritous changes of focus
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She danced her solos with a stage-devouring vigor and alacritous changes of focus that thrilled me, as did Fairchild in his own solos.
  • Watching their measures, grave and alacritous, under Karoui's unflagging baton, was an unalloyed pleasure.
  • Suzanne Farrell has called Barocco twenty minutes of heaven, and to be among its eight alacritous corps dancers was a privilege reserved for the company's most experienced girls.

Origen

mid 19th century: from alacrity + -ous.

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