choreutic

choreutic

[kuh-roo-tik]
adjective
of or belonging to a chorus.

Origin:
< Greek choreutikós pertaining to choral song and dance, equivalent to choreut(ḗs) choral dancer (choreú(ein) to dance a choral dance, derivative of chorós chorus + -tēs agent suffix) + -ikos -ic

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