Definitions for "Chassé"
A movement in dancing, as across or to the right or left.
Any of three-step patterns, steps going basically side-together-side. The word came from ballet terminology. There is a huge variety of them in many dances: The direction may be slightly diagonal or even curving, rather than strictly sideways. Sizes of steps may vary. This also concerns the second, "Together", step: the moving foot may land right beside the standing foot or leave some space, or even barely move from its previous position. Timing may vary. Typical timings in ballroom dances are qqS (1/4, 1/4, 1/2) and SaS ("slow-and-slow", 3/8, 1/8, 1/2). Footwork may vary. Some specific dance variations are named "chasse", e.g., Tipple Chasse, Scatter Chasse.
(ballet) quick gliding steps with one foot always leading
Keywords:  chaser, caf, potion, liquor, tobacco
A small potion of spirituous liquor taken to remove the taste of coffee, tobacco, or the like; -- originally chasse-café, lit., "coffee chaser."
Keywords:  left, movement, right, called
To make the movement called chassé; as, all chassé; chassé to the right or left.