eukinetics

eukinetics

[yoo-ki-net-iks]
noun (used with a singular verb) Dance.
an applied system of controlled body movement, developed by Kurt Jooss and designed to enlarge a dancer's potential for expressiveness.

Origin:
eu- + kinetics

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