- dressage (n.)
- 1936, from French dressage, from dresser "to train, drill" (see dress (v.)). Middle English had dress (v.) in the sense of "to train or break in" a horse or other animal (c. 1400), but it died out.
- 1. They have won over 100 rosettes together in dressage competitions up and down Britain.
- 2. For the first time, all the medalists in dressage were women.
- 3. The growth in popularity of international dressage has been dynamic.
- 4. The regularity of the paces is fundamental to dressage.
- 5. It is the rider who brings out the radiance in dressage display.
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