Definitions

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  • adj. Alternative form of gymnastic.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as gymnastic.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Socrates: Very good; and now please to tell me what is the excellence of war and peace; as the more musical was the more excellent, or the more gymnastical was the more excellent, tell me, what name do you give to the more excellent in war and peace?

    The First Alcibiades

  • SOCRATES: Very good; and now please to tell me what is the excellence of war and peace; as the more musical was the more excellent, or the more gymnastical was the more excellent, tell me, what name do you give to the more excellent in war and peace?

    Alcibiades I

  • The meeting of the two was not marked by the effusion vocal, gymnastical, osculatory and catechetical that distinguishes the greetings of their unprofessional sisters in society.

    The Voice of the City: Further Stories of the Four Million

  • By 1am, I am pinned on my back with a baby glued to each boob, and the rest of the night passes in fits of light snoozing interrupted by gymnastical gyrations on Wren’s part and fierce nipple-chewing on Robin’s.

    2008 November « A Bird’s Nest

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