Each temple has a band of eight or ten of these girls, who celebrate their saltatory rites morning and evening.
They are there, in a sentence, as the shaven critics of a saltatory world.
In most cases of “saltatory evolution,” the suddenness is in appearance only.
A dance is generally a grand affair with the native, combining as it does dress with dramatic and saltatory exhibitions.
The word does not mean "dance" in the sense of saltatory gyrations, but implies more the idea of "carnival."
He believed in saltatory evolution, in polyphyletic descent, and in the greater plasticity of the organism in earlier times.
By degrees Henchard became aware that the measure was trod by some one who out-Farfraed Farfrae in saltatory intenseness.
The word dance does not well designate the ceremonies, as they are in general more histrionic than saltatory.
Professor Spencer wonders why these creatures are saltatory in habit.
There was a platform at one end, where the musicians sat when saltatory fêtes were held, and on this I mounted to 'take a view.'
saltatory sal·ta·to·ry (sāl'tə-tôr'ē, sôl'-)
Of, relating to, or adapted for leaping or dancing.
Proceeding by leaps rather than by smooth, gradual transitions.