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Their malignant modesty does not deserve the respect of an intelligent figurante.
The young figurante frequently extended her arms and threw herself on her knees, as if in invocation of some unseen power.
The poor figurante must devote years of incessant toil to her profitless task before she can shine in it.
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The young figurante frequently stretched out her arms and knelt down as if to invoke some invisible being.
The angel appearing to Jeanne d'Arc seems to have been modelled from a figurante at the opera.
Mademoiselle Deschamps, who was only a figurante, contrived to get on with a salary of only sixteen pounds.
"As a figurante, or dancer in the ballet, at a great theatre," replied the old woman.
THE MYSTERIES OF LONDON, V. 1/4GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS
On the following day Miss Monroe called upon the manager of the great national theatre where a figurante was required.
THE MYSTERIES OF LONDON, V. 1/4GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS
The reader can well imagine the painful surprise which its contents produced upon the young figurante.
THE MYSTERIES OF LONDON, V. 1/4GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS
His doubts were, however, cleared up:—Ellen Monroe was a figurante and an actress!
THE MYSTERIES OF LONDON, V. 1/4GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION