of, relating to, or like an acrobat or acrobatics.
having the good balance, agility, and coordination of an acrobat.

Also ac·ro·bat·i·cal.

Origin of acrobatic

From the Greek word akrobatikós, dating back to 1860–65. See acrobat, -ic
Related formsac·ro·bat·i·cal·ly, adverbsem·i·ac·ro·bat·ic, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for acrobatic

Contemporary Examples of acrobatic

Historical Examples of acrobatic

  • It was evident that dressing was going to be an acrobatic performance.

  • "All right," said Bezdek, whose mind was nothing if not acrobatic.

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    Samuel Kimball Merwin

  • "I wish I had an acrobatic conscience such as yours, Bruce," says he.

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    Sewell Ford

  • It required some exercise of acrobatic agility to get into or out of the town.

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    James Herbert Walker

  • To make a success at acrobatic or any other dancing you must not strain yourselves.

Word Origin and History for acrobatic

1848; see acrobat + -ic. Related: Acrobatically.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper