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Performing, involving, or adept at spectacular gymnastic feats.‘an acrobatic dive’
- ‘They swoop over the crowd on wires and perform acrobatic feats on trapezes.’
- ‘He was a strong and skilled dancer, able to perform many of the acrobatic movements usually only seen on television.’
- ‘The performers displayed their physical prowess in the most acrobatic style.’
- ‘He even started adding a few acrobatic moves that he had seen on TV.’
- ‘Their acrobatic movements, their pliant little bodies, could perform gyrations beyond adults.’
- ‘That leaves little room for anyone else to use them unless they have the nimble acrobatic skills of an Olympic gymnast.’
- ‘The show, at Shanghai Circus World, is made up of performing animals and acrobatic displays.’
- ‘And the downtown Acro Club teaches such acrobatic postures while mixing in the calming moves of yoga.’
- ‘The season also includes a quirky musical about menopause and an acrobatic physical theatre show from the West Coast.’
- ‘In various capsules of the attraction they juggled, clowned and showed off their acrobatic skills to the delight of other passengers.’
- ‘The palace women played all roles, from angels to acrobatic monkeys.’
- ‘The clowns, besides trying their best to amuse the children, demonstrate their acrobatic skills.’
- ‘Each scene is filled to the brim with artists showcasing their physical skills, from knife fights to acrobatic acts.’
- ‘After 14 minutes, he produced an acrobatic save to deny Marvin Walker.’
- ‘Today the girls perform on a new springy podium permitting spectacular acrobatic elements.’
- ‘Actually, I really want to do acrobatic training but I can't find anywhere that offers it.’
- ‘Decked out in their colorful house uniforms the girls performed acrobatic routines.’
- ‘The big top is back in the Temple City to mesmerise kids and elders alike with acrobatic performances.’
- ‘Bell is a stuntwoman who makes her living standing in for the star when the script calls for something acrobatic or dangerous.’
- ‘She is the only girl in the acrobatic troupe, and at 17 the youngest of the performers.’
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