I have heard of clean people, but gavotte is the cleanest man I ever saw.
Miss Kennedy played a gavotte, and then another, and then a sonata.
He sings the gavotte, "Me voici dans son boudoir" (Here am I in her boudoir).
Next morning gavotte met Mrs. O'Shaughnessy and invited her.
gavotte busied himself in preparing one of the empty cabins for us and in making the horses comfortable.
I had heard that panthers cried that way, but gavotte said it was not a panther.
The whole thing lasted a short hour, even with the répétition of chorus and gavotte.
gavotte escorted us to the door and then returned to our camp.
gavotte had no difficulty in coming, and he had come for the mail and to invite us to a feast of "ze hose."
When accompanied by a musette, the gavotte is always repeated.
lively dance, 1690s, from French gavotte (17c.), from Old Provençal gavoto "mountaineer's dance," from gavot, a local name for an Alpine resident, literally "boor, glutton," from gaver "to stuff, force-feed poultry," from Old Provençal gava "crop." From the same source is French gavache "coward, dastard."