Chor`e*og"ra*phy(?), n. [Gr. dance + -graphy.] 1. The art of representing dancing by signs, as music is represented by notes; -- also called choregraphy.
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2. the art of composing dances for individuals or groups, including the planning of the movements and steps; also, the planning of movements and steps for figure skaters, performed on ice.
3. the planning and coordination of activities for an event, especially one to be held in public.
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