One who methods line moving high vaulting or other bold gymnastic feats
- an athlete just who carries out acts calling for ability and agility and control
- One who techniques line dancing, high vaulting, or other daring gymnastic feats.
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1825, from French acrobate (14c.), "tightrope-walker," and right from Greek akrobates "rope dancer, gymnastic performer," which is related to akrobatos "going on tip-toe, climbing up high," from akros "topmost, on point end" (see acrid) + stem of bainein "walk, go" (see come).
(letter.) One who practices rope dance, high vaulting, or any other bold gymnastic feats.