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- adj. Of, or relating to calisthenics.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to calisthenics.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- etc. See callisthenic, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to calisthenics
Being a child of the 80s, I remember jumping around in the background while my mother inserted her Jane Fonda's Workout tape into the VCR as the Academy Award winning actress provided calisthenic instructions.
The Larimer Lounge has one of the loudest paint-peeling sound systems in all of Denver, and I tend to see a lot of raw, thumping shows inside those brick walls -- whether it's the calisthenic melee of ...
The Larimer Lounge has one of the loudest paint-peeling sound systems in all of Denver, and I tend to see a lot of raw, thumping shows inside those brick walls -- whether it's the calisthenic melee of the Handsome Furs, the "secret show" with England's mega-power-poppers Supergrass, the facemelt of El Ten Eleven, or even a little set for me to DJ.
It's almost like a form of mental calisthenic for comedians, forcing them into dark, outrageous places they don't ordinarily visit.
In fairness, jumping jacks (aka the side straddle hop) are an unnatural calisthenic.
Each day the bloggers get up at long past dawn to practice their calisthenic hysterics before ambling off to their lives of quiet desperation, which get louder with each passing day.
If you're in shape, you're going to think they are calisthenics, and they are not although they have a calisthenic effect.
It is neither, and Barack Obama's victory is a lesson in how the word racism has drifted beyond its core meaning into something more calisthenic than proactive.
Computer cops crimp AI's carnal cavorting with calisthenic chick.
To those who believe in its importance, deconstruction is, frankly, an imperative; a requirement; a calisthenic, not a nice "also good to do."