Thesaurus / danseuse
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If I had found him a wife, he would not have got entangled with this danseuse.

The Two BrothersHonore de Balzac

From 1820 to 1823, Florentine had the experience of every danseuse of nineteen to twenty years of age.

A Start in LifeHonore de Balzac

The danseuse had subsided into an interim condition of mute tension.

The Crooked HouseBrandon Fleming

Again: A dance was required at a moment's notice for a second danseuse, and the stage manager was distracted.

Operas Every Child Should KnowMary Schell Hoke Bacon

The danseuse had recovered consciousness, and was crying hysterically.

The Crooked HouseBrandon Fleming

The constable marshalled them into an adjoining room, which the danseuse filled with complaints at this prolonged detention.

The Crooked HouseBrandon Fleming

But she took with her all her new-born prestige as a danseuse.

SuperwomenAlbert Payson Terhune

When she came to the "Danseuse de Tunisie" she stopped in front of it.

We look with wonder and admiration at the danseuse pirouetting on the point of one toe.

EvolutionJoseph Le Conte

The calling of the danseuse, we repeat, is among the most lucrative of modern times, and nearly the most influential.

WORDS RELATED TO DANSEUSE

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