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dancer

noun as in ballerina

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That doesn’t mean they won’t collaborate, but it’s going to be a challenge for the ballroom dancers.

The Alvin Ailey Dance Studio stands at West 55th Street in New York City, drawing in dancers and creators worldwide.

It’s not the five hours a day I spent there as teen, with dreams of becoming a professional dancer.

This week, for instance, the focus is posture and our intent is to connect to the dancer within.

From Vox

Ziegfeld’s-Secrets, which featured popular drag shows and nude male dancers, was forced to close when the owner of the building it rented terminated its lease to make way for a real estate development project.

Toomey glides around the room like a Brazilian capoeira dancer.

“We went on to Tramp…He was the most hideous dancer I had ever seen,” she tells the Mail.

A professional ballroom dancer and instructor, her name reflects a parallel that runs in both BDSM and dance: symbiosis.

If I want to be a dancer, why are you getting personal with me?

Who is the singer, dancer, actor who can do what Tony Yazbeck is doing?

A senior dancer enviously observed, that he never knew a clever boy turn out a great man.

"Oh no, indeed," replied Mrs. Sin, tossing her head in a manner oddly reminiscent of a once famous Spanish dancer.

Perhaps it was the woman with the velvety black eyes—tall and straight—the best dancer in all Paris.

At that time he kept a dancer and liked nothing better than high living.

Although a bourgeoisie of strict ideas, Mme. du Bruel welcomed the dancer Tullia, who became her daughter-in-law.

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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dancer, such as: ballet dancer, danseur, danseuse, hoofer, belly-dancer, and chorus girl.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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