verb (used without object), pir·ou·et·ted, pir·ou·et·ting.
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Origin of pirouette
Examples from the Web for pirouetting
“And set him pirouetting, Sire,” sardonically suggested James.Mistress Nell|George C. Hazelton, Jr.
"'Twill be like the play, and I shall wear my new mourning mitts," Sarah called, pirouetting in glee.Through the Gates of Old Romance|W. Jay Mills
Three holes were made in the ground by the players driving the heels of their boots into the earth, and then pirouetting.The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland (Vol II of II)|Alice Bertha Gomme
She turned, pirouetting lightly on her beaded moccasins, waving her arms and kissing her fingers.The Conquest|Eva Emery Dye
"You could give a dance here," cried Brenda, pirouetting over the polished floor.Brenda's Bargain|Helen Leah Reed