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Definition of "acrobatism" [ac•ro•bat•ism]

  • The feats of an acrobat; daring gymnastic feats. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "acrobatism" in a sentence
  • "The _tchanguè_ knows very well how to preserve his equilibrium; he walks with great strides, stands upright, runs with agility, or executes a few feats of true acrobatism, such as picking up a pebble from the ground, plucking a flower, simulating a fall and quickly rising, running on one foot, etc."
  • "As for trees, only one, a walnut, managed, by dint of perpetual acrobatism, to conserve a stable equilibrium."
  • "And Aramis, brave as he was, would have been sure to reflect that to play a feat of possibly hostile acrobatism on the Gascon, without notice, might be a little dangerous."