gambade

noun
gam·​bade | \(ˈ)gam¦bād, -bäd\
plural -s

Definition of gambade 

: gambado entry 2 a particularly explosive gambade that assaulted the rider after he had completely left the saddle— P. A. Rollins in his early youth … had himself tried musical and poetic gambades— Francis Hackett

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First Known Use of gambade

1803, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for gambade

French

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