alacritous


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Related to alacritous: impeding, unobtrusively, undeniably, rebuffed
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Having already failed to enable Lancaster's alacritous ascent to the still vacant "regal throne" York now hopes to direct the action to a quick ceremonial conclusion.
The slam-dunk winner among the season's premieres was Dwight Rhoden's Twist, a high-tech, sexy work endowed with plenty of muscle and stretch For its alacritous dancers.
The alacritous switching between two perceptions thus also recalls the above-described effect on observers who alternately perceive themselves as either uglier or prettier than the protagonist.