funambulatory

funambulatory

(fjuːˈnæmbjʊlətərɪ)
adj
1. relating to tightrope-walking
2. (of a path, track, etc) narrow
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The style of this later writing, which is rather pared down and spare, has been termed minimal, or in Guido Almansi's words, "lean" compared to "fat," which he uses to describe Celati's work from the 1970s, including "expansive, uproarious, funambulatory, aggressive, maximalist, carnal, violent, agrammatical," and "ribald" ("Gli idilli" 51).