Definition of Glissades

1. Noun. (plural of glissade) ¹



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Definition of Glissades

1. glissade [v] - See also: glissade

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glissades

gliotransmission
glipizide
glipzide
gliquidone
glires
gliricidia
glirid
glirids
glisk
glisks
gliss
glissade
glissaded
glissader
glissaders
glissades (current term)
glissading
glissandi
glissando
glissandoes
glissandos
glissette
glissettes
glissonitis
glist
glisten
glistened
glistening
glisteningly
glistens

Literary usage of Glissades

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1. Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan by Asiatic Society of Japan (1891)
"... is used for shorter glissades from the first string, as from I to 6, I to 1o. For both these terms I use the following sign \ ; thus \ ^ยง. ..."

2. Peaks, Passes, and Glaciers: Being Excursions by Members of the Alpine Club by Alpine Club (London, England) (1862)
"Some glissades succeeded, and we began descending the rocks of our friend the ... We are soon down the remaining rocks, glissades, and slopes, ..."

3. Grammar of the Art of Dancing, Theoretical and Practical: Lessons in the by Friedrich Albert Zorn, Alfonso Josephs Sheafe, Benjamin P. Coates (1905)
"Three glissades dessous, left. Carry left to 2d position and trans- fer; Execute a quarter-turn on left, gliding right in semi-circle to posterior 3d ..."

4. An Outline of Physical Education for Primary and Grammar Schools, Junior by Ernst Hermann (1917)
"During glissades to right the right arm should be extended diagonally sideways upwards and the left hands held on hips. During glissades to left the left ..."

5. A Treatise on the Science of Defence: For the Sword, Bayonet, and Pike in by Anthony Gordon (1805)
"The glissades in simple quarte and tierce are dangerous, but the glissades of seconde, prime, and quinte, are still more useless. ..."

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