Degage Definition

dāgä-zhā
adjective
Free and easy or unconstrained in manner or attitude.
Webster's New World
Uncommitted, uninvolved, detached, etc.
Webster's New World
With leg extended and arched foot pointing.
Webster's New World
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noun
In dance, a pointing of the foot in which the foot leaves the floor.
American Heritage
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Origin of Degage

  • French past participle of dégager to disengage from Old French desgagier des- de- gage pledge (of Germanic origin)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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