2. Verb. (past of choreograph) ¹
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Definition of Choreographed
1. choreograph [v] - See also: choreograph
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Literary usage of Choreographed
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1. Birds of North Americaby Jim Roetzel by Jim Roetzel (2007)
"... black wings, lean taupe neck, teardrop face, and gracefully upturned bill. As if choreographed, mating birds circle and extend their bills skyward. ..."
2. Crossover: Architecture, Urbanism, Technology by Ad Graafland, Leslie Jaye Kavanaugh, George Baird (2006)
"MVRDV translates the program into a carefully choreographed spatial experience that incorporates the user into science fictions hidden in the everyday. ..."
3. Script Models: A Handbook for the Media Writerby Robert Lee, Robert Misiorowski by Robert Lee, Robert Misiorowski (1978)
"(3) Sometimes used as the opposite of montage, since long takes with camera movement and actor movement are choreographed to achieve maximum effect. ..."
4. Teaching the Best Practice Way: Methods That Matter, K-12 by Harvey Daniels, Marilyn Bizar (2005)
"Other Possible Activities In addition to the choreographed dance, students can perform related activities: they can create a flip book or a storyboard, ..."
5. Linebacker II: A View from the Rock by James R. McCarthy, George B. Allison, Robert E. Rayfield (1985)
"But, once the scene had shifted out to the flight line for the launch and recovery phases, it was Charlie who choreographed one of the most impressive shows ..."
6. Costa Rica Pocket Adventure Guide by Bruce Conord, June Conord (2006)
"... stallions in an "equestrian fantasy" of choreographed riding with dressage, quadrilles, fancy costumes and thrilling horsemanship by both men and women. ..."
7. The First Carlisle: Sir James Hay, First Earl of Carlisle, as Courtier by Roy E. Schreiber (1984)
"... and the other diplomatic dancers around the theme of the Brussels' visit, and it was as predictably and rigidly choreographed as any court masque. ..."