Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See chorography.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Archaic, Archaic The art of representing dancing by signs, as music is represented by notes; -- also called choreography.

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Examples

  • It was a lot of preparation indeed, with a map of the supermarket and puppets for the choregraphy.

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  • These films are becoming more of a novelty and any one who has seen Ip Man starring Donnie Yen knows what decent acting and awesome fight choregraphy can accomplish.

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  • There are relative amateurs/unknowns (Pasha and Benji) who are there just for the show's self-promotion, and there are others (Mia Michaels, Wade, Ron Montez) that are absolute STARS in their fields - both choregraphy and in many cases dancing.

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  • Since I like the visual of the foam and I'm picky enough about the process to begin with I'll let you decide if you'd like to include this in your egg cream choregraphy.

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  • As I said, it was amazing watching all these other dance groups and the variety of choregraphy.

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  • It was then with a feeling of gratitude that he wished to make some recognition of what had been done for him, and instead of torturing the negro with English words, he resolved on teaching him deportment and the true principles of European choregraphy.

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  • Such an idea had never entered the brain of a man more absorbed in choregraphy than geography, and who was still ignorant of the suburbs of the capital beyond ten miles radius.

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  • He should himself be thoroughly struck with his initial idea, which will lead him to the second, and so on methodically until the whole is concluded, without having recourse to a method justly exploded by the best masters, that of choregraphy or noting dances, which only serves to obstruct and infrigidate the fire of composition.

    A Treatise on the Art of Dancing

  • But in this observation I pretend to no more than just furnishing a general idea of the requisites towards the execution: the particulars, it is impossible, to give in verbal description, or even by choregraphy or dances in score.

    A Treatise on the Art of Dancing

  • She also did the choregraphy for the latest Sugarland music video.

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