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Acrobatic Feat

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Definition of the noun acrobatic feat

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noun

  1. a stunt performed by an acrobat
    • lexical domain: Acts - nouns denoting acts or actions
    • synonym of acrobatic feat: acrobatic stunt
    • more generic word: stunt = a difficult or unusual or dangerous feat
    • more specific terms:
      • backbend = an acrobatic feat in which the trunk is bent backward from a standing position until the hands touch the floor
      • back circle = a feat in which an acrobat arches the back from a prone position and bends the knees until the toes touch the head
      • walkover = backbends combined with handstands
      • cartwheel = acrobatic revolutions with the body turned sideways and the arms and legs outstretched like the spokes of a wheel
      • handspring = an acrobatic feat in which a person goes from a standing position to a handstand and back again
      • headstand = an acrobatic feat in which a person balances on the head
      • tumble = an acrobatic feat of rolling or turning end over end
      • split = extending the legs at right angles to the trunk
    • part of: acrobatics / tumbling = the gymnastic moves of an acrobat

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Google previewDictionary, Grades 6 - 12 (2012)

Classic Reference Library by American Education Publishing

An acrobatic feat in which the body flips ...

Google previewConcise English-Scots Dictionary (1999)

by Iseabail Macleod, Pauline Cairns, Scottish National Dictionary Association

acrobatic feat henner EDINBURGH. across preposition athort, throu, thorter, atour law. adverb athort, thorter; (at a place understood in the conversation) owerby. act noun, verb ack. action (at ...

Google previewWebster's New World Dictionary (2003)

by Michael Agnes

an acrobatic feat in which one turns over in midair with one or both hands touching the ground hand'- to-hand' adj. at close quarters: said of fighting hand'-to-mouth' adj. needing to ...

Google previewPaperback Oxford English Dictionary (2012)

by Oxford Dictionaries,, Maurice Waite

an acrobatic feat such as a cartwheel. tumbledown adj. (of a building) falling or fallen into ruin. tumble dryer n. Brit. a machine that dries washed clothes by spinning them in hot air inside a rotating drum. tumbler n. 1 a drinking glass with ...

Google previewWebster's Dictionary, Grades 4 - 8 (2012)

Second Edition by American Education Publishing

An acrobatic feat in which the body flips entirely back- ward or forward, while the feet pass quickly in an arc over the head. hand•stand n. The feat of support- ing the body on the hands with feet balanced in the air. hand•writ•ing n. Writing ...

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