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haute école

[ oht ey-kohl, -kawl; French oh tey-kawl ]

noun

, plural hautes é·coles [ohts ey-, kohl, -kawl, oht zey-, kawl].
  1. a series of intricate steps, gaits, etc., taught to an exhibition horse.


haute école

/ ot ekɔl /

noun

  1. the classical art of riding


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Word History and Origins

Origin of haute école1

< French: literally, high school

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Word History and Origins

Origin of haute école1

literally: high school

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Example Sentences

Haute ecole, on Clover, the incomparative trained elephant from the plains of Venezuela.

One has only to go back to the thirties in England to find all the niceties of the Haute Ecole in full bloom.

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