Definition of barre
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Recent Examples of barre from the Web
A. Zane is an attorney and barre instructor in Los Angeles.
Booty Barre Considered a workout dance party that tones the body, the Booty Barre class combines ballet, Pilates and toning with the ballet barre to condition your body.
Lining one side of the block: fitness boxing and barre studios.
In a White House that contained Steve Bannon, Omarosa, and a random barre instructor, the presence of Goldman Sachs seemed comparatively normal.
Andrea Johnston, owner of InnerFit Barre and Dance Fitness, a barre and yoga studio in Nags Head, N.C., has seen an increase in vacationer exercising.
Sometimes the team was relegated to the dance studio, where the two players who showed up did drills in front of the mirror and dance barre.
Trampolining, meditation, barre classes and pole dancing are fairly well-established.
In their preparation for rehearsals at Texas Ballet Theater, dancers Alexandra Farber, Carolyn Judson and Michelle Taylor engage in the usual stretches on the floor and the barre, limbering their muscles for a day of dance.
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Origin and Etymology of barre
French, from Medieval Latin barra
First Known Use: 1936See Words from the same year
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