Definition of croupade in English:

croupade

Line breaks: croup|ade
Pronunciation: /krʊˈpeɪd/

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noun

A movement performed in classical riding, in which the horse leaps from the ground with its legs tucked under its body.

Origin

mid 17th century: French, from Italian groppata, from groppa 'croup'.

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