flicflac

noun flic·flac \ ˈflikˌflak \

Definition of flicflac

plural -s
: a brushing movement of the foot used in ballet as a connecting step
  • he teaches pirouettes and flicflacs
  • —W. M. Thackeray

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Origin and Etymology of flicflac

French, of imitative origin


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