Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of tendu.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • You're in fifth position, and you start with tendus a basic step in which a pointed foot is extended.

    Blooming in the Bright Lights

  • We will do hundreds and hundreds of tendus extending a pointed foot to the front, side and back of the body, repeatedly.

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  • I have never seen before or since such a fierce depth of concentration in anyone of any age as when she stood at the barre making her tendus more perfect.

    Darci Kistler Exits the Stage

  • It's the same reason I decided a dancing career wasn't for me: I love, love dancing, but I just had so many other things to say, and I couldn't say them with tendus.

    So Much To Say

  • It's the same reason I decided a dancing career wasn't for me: I love, love dancing, but I just had so many other things to say, and I couldn't say them with tendus.

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  • It was technicalities: If you do three million tendus, you might get it right, and then chances are your soul might show onstage.

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  • I tried to relax and we began a series of exercises that included the pliés, the tendus, and the glissés, all that she had shown me the day before.

    Butterfly

  • I tried to relax and we began a series of exercises that included the pliés, the tendus, and the glissés, all that she had shown me the day before.

    Butterfly

  • Ordre des Obseques, ... de feu de tresheureuse memoire le Roy Henry deuxieme_, etc., which says: "La dicte salle, ensemble lesdicts théatres, estoient tendus tout autour d'une tapisserie d'or et de soie à grandes figures, _des actes des apostres_."

    The Rise of the Hugenots, Vol. 1 (of 2)

  • Les bras tendus vers vous, je crois vous ressaisir,

    La Vigne et la Maison

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