verb (used without object), pir·ou·et·ted, pir·ou·et·ting.
Origin of pirouette
Examples from the Web for pirouette
A tutu clad Swift refuses to pirouette with her fellow ballerinas, preferring to pelvic thrust like a rebel instead.
But the pack-horses are less tractable, and dance and pirouette in all directions till the noise is over.
My pony, however, began to pirouette round in circles, and before I could get him in hand the lioness bounded away.Motor Matt's Peril, or, Cast Away in the Bahamas|Stanley R. Matthews
In the middle of the park is a large kiosk, big enough for a couple of hundred folk to pirouette at a time.Through Finland in Carts|Ethel Brilliana Alec-Tweedie