Definition of choreographic in English:

choreographic

adjective

  • See choreography

    • ‘Cyclops has the loose quality of a first draft, but a challenging, innovative choreographic vocabulary.’
    • ‘However, few scenes are realized as dance action, and the choreographic invention is modest.’
    • ‘What would his ballets and choreographic vocabulary look like if his production budget had been as stringent as Balanchine's during the Forties and Fifties?’
    • ‘In 1948, at age 18, he made his choreographic debut with the New Dance Group.’
    • ‘Financial security can enable you to audition for dance roles as well as develop your choreographic skills.’

Pronunciation

choreographic

/kɒrɪəˈɡrafɪk/