[ turp-si-kuh-ree-uhn ]
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Part of Speech adjective
Origin + Etymology
1869; Greek "pertaining to dancing," 1869, literally "of Terpsichore," from Latinized form of Greek Terpsikhore, muse of dancing and dramatic chorus
  • dancer
  • hoofer
  • recital
  • professional dancer
  • unavailable
pertaining to dancing
A) She had always wanted to be included in their terpsichorean performances, but had never gotten an invite. B) He was surprised she had a long list of terpsichorean art on her resume, highly impressing him.
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