Definition of Courantos

1. couranto [n] - See also: couranto



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Courantos

coupures
cour
courage
couraged
courageless
courageous
courageously
courageousness
courages
couraging
courant
courante
courantes
couranto
courantoes
courantos (current term)
courants
courb
courbaril
courbaril copal
courbed
courbette
courbettes
courbing
courbs
courd
coure
coured
coures
coureur de bois

Literary usage of Courantos

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Forest Princess, and Other Masques by Constance D'Arcy Mackay (1916)
"... galliards, and courantos in which both actors and audience took part! Kings and Queens felt the spell of participation. One of the first examples of the ..."

2. The Secret Correspondence of Madame de Maintenon: With the Princess Des by Maintenon, Marie-Anne de la Trémoille Ursini (1827)
"The King is so feeble that he could only dance two courantos, his head became so giddy that he could not attempt a third ; he is sad and downcast, ..."

3. The Secret Correspondence of Madame de Maintenon: With the Princess Des by Maintenon, Marie-Anne de La Trémoille Ursins (1827)
"The King is so feeble that he could only dance two courantos, his head became so giddy that he could not attempt a third ; he is sad and downcast, ..."

4. Lectures Delivered Before the Young Men's Christian Association, 1845-1846 (1857)
"... high and swift courantos, Saying our grace is only in our heels." Adam Clarke says, that dancing " weakened the moral principle within me, ..."

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