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- n. The art of walking on a tightrope or a slack-rope
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The art of tightrope walking; rope-walking.
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- n. walking on a tightrope or slack rope
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Not content with these existing hazards, Graham Vick's amiable, politics-free production for the Royal Opera House, new in 1993 and last seen in 2002, opts for real funambulism.
In dancing it is but too common that an intricate _pas seul_, in funambulism that a dangerous feat of equilibration, in the Grecian art of _desultory_ equitation
Why didn't Man on Wire's Philippe Petit put the "fun" back in funambulism by tiptoeing up to the stage from the farthest balcony?
This funambulism is even more significant an achievement for Terán considering the state of the language, a Zapotec dialect spoken by fewer than a hundred thousand inhabitants of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, in Oaxaca, Mexico.