the lightness and grace of movement that make a dancer appear buoyant.
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How to use ballon in a sentence
“Taking 20 pages of a book not released yet is less likely to be deemed fair use,” ballon said.
After lunch, we strolled along the Boulevard du Jeu-de-ballon, the tramway street.Riviera Towns | Herbert Adams Gibbons
From Belfort to ballon d'Alsace there is a rise of some four thousand feet.Winged Wheels in France | Michael Myers Shoemaker
And in the early morning she had sent her note to Kitty—a ballon d'essai, despatched in a horror of great fear.The Marriage of William Ashe | Mrs. Humphry Ward
And it was at this period that the expedient of the ballon sonde, or unmanned balloon, was happily thought of.The Dominion of the Air | J. M. Bacon
In the autumn of 1916 the newspapers put forth a ballon d'essai.Paris Vistas | Helen Davenport Gibbons