pantherine


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pantherine

(ˈpænθəraɪn) or

pantherish

adj
resembling a panther in manner or appearance
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As a stern potentate and his discontented queen, the pair's dashes toward the audience, ornamental poses, and Soviet-style lifts brought pantherine excitement to the ballet.
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