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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DANCER

Figures, are Tracts made by Art, on which the Dancer is to move.

No other dancer in the room could be thought comparable to him.

Yes, indeed, even I—just as you see me, a dancer at the Opera.

Didn't you make me a dancer just so that someone might come and take me away with him?

The dancer—she on whose witching graces every glance was bent—was Maritaa!

He had great talent as a dancer, but that was the least of his excellent qualities.

I only knew the dancer by sight, for I had never spoken to her.

I was pleasantly surprised to hear that she was a dancer named Binetti.

One day she read in a journal that the usefulness of Kora as a dancer was over.

"A dancer—yes, that is it," said Eldris, catching at the invention.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., agent noun from dance. (Dancere as a surname is attested from early 12c.). Related: Danseuse "female dancer," from French fem. of danseur.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DANCER

acrobat

nounperformer who does tricks, physical feats
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