demi–caractère

adjective de·mi–ca·rac·tère \dəmēkȧrȧkteer, ¦demēˌkarə̇k¦te(ə)r\

Definition of demi–caractère

  1. :  of, involving, or resembling a character dance that uses classical technique as a basis for interpretation

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Origin and Etymology of demi–caractère

French, literally, half-character


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