de-boule

déboulés

[French dey-boo-ley]
plural noun Ballet.
small, very quick half-turns executed alternately on each foot, usually in a series in a straight line.

Origin:
< French, noun use of plural past participle of débouler to bolt, make a quick start, equivalent to dé- de- + bouler to roll (transitive)

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