But in Crispin he found a fencer of a quality such as he had never yet encountered.
The fencer who wears also a breastplate may be looser in his guard.
In the gym, Siebold also shone as a good boxer, fencer and wrestler.
A fencer of the old school could not run to the attack, nor suddenly break off.
The keynote of the book is that a fencer must fence with his ‘head.’
The fencer is (as Huxley says) "at the mercy of the Teleologist."
His Excellency looked at the speaker as a fencer measures his antagonist.
Skilful, dexterous; as a substantive, a performer at a bull-feast, also a fencer.
It is as though a fencer should remove the button from the end of his foil.
I'm a fencer, a master-fencer; fenced in Paris and several places.