from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to dancing or the art of rhythmical movement of the body; regulating or regulated by dancing: as, the orchestic arts.
  • n. The art of dancing; especially, among the ancient Greeks, the art which uses the rhythmical movements of the human body as a means of scenic expression: also used in the plural with the same meaning as in the singular.


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