dancer [ dan-ser, dahn- ]
1. a person who dances.
2. a person who dances professionally, as on the stage.
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WORDS RELATED TO DANCER
danseuse, danseur, hoofer, chorus girl, prima ballerina, coryphee, go-go dancer, show girl, tap-dancer
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Origin: 1250–1300; Middle English dauncer;see dance, -er
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR DANCER
Facebook officials noted the April 2020 incident in which an exotic dancer and QAnon supporter was arrested after showing up at a Navy hospital ship with a car full of knives that played heavily into their decisions to increase their sanctioning.
AS QANON GREW, FACEBOOK AND TWITTER MISSED YEARS OF WARNING SIGNS ABOUT THE CONSPIRACY THEORY’S VIOLENT NATURE|CRAIG TIMBERG, ELIZABETH DWOSKIN|OCTOBER 1, 2020|WASHINGTON POST
In November 2019, an otherwise regular 15-year-old dancer named Charli D’Amelio suddenly started appearing on the phone screens of millions of teenagers.
HOW A TIKTOK HOUSE DESTROYED ITSELF|REBECCA JENNINGS|OCTOBER 1, 2020|VOX
We’re tapping Wave technology to present Lindsey Stirling, an American violinist, songwriter, and dancer.
A USER’S GUIDE TO DISRUPT 2020|EMMA COMEAU|SEPTEMBER 11, 2020|TECHCRUNCH
If I want to be a dancer, why are you getting personal with me?
NIGEL LYTHGOE ON HOW TO SAVE REALITY TV, ‘ON THE TOWN,’ AND ‘BROKEBACK BALLROOM’|KEVIN FALLON|OCTOBER 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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