26 English Words Starting With ÉC

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Definition:
A card game in which one can discard certain cards from one's hand and replace them with cards from the deck.
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A movement performed in ballet involving a leap from both feet simultaneously.
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A small chocolate-covered creme-filled pastry puff in a general oblong shape, typically larger than the miniature French version.
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A brilliant or successful effect; brilliance of success or effort; splendor; brilliant show; striking effect; glory; renown.
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A figure drawn, painted or sculpted so as to show the muscles of the body without skin.
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A contra dance in a Scottish style, popular in France and Great Britain around the late eighteenth century.
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Operation of removing a part, as a tumor, by a wire or chain loop gradually tightened so as to cut slowly through its attachment.
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A silver coin formerly used in France, with varying values.
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A two-handled bowl for soup or porridge.
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