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A person who dances or whose profession is dancing:‘she thought he would become a ballet dancer’
danseur, danseusebopper, hooferterpsichoreanView synonyms
- ‘Never mind that all the dancers in the video have the type of body that makes you feel like a cow.’
- ‘This year will see the usual attractions of the fairground, dancers and parade.’
- ‘It was just a few months ago that one of us landed a role as one of the dancers in Moulin Rogue.’
- ‘The Paris Opera Ballet always had fine dancers but they lacked homogeneity and a good rep.’
- ‘With a well known singer, he toured the halls as a professional dancer, excelling at the tango.’
- ‘Last year her dream came true when she was picked to be one of Robbie's backing dancers.’
- ‘Despite being the only boy in his dancing class, he loved ballet and was desperate to start a career as a dancer.’
- ‘When I left school I went to dance college and trained as a professional dancer.’
- ‘In the wings are masked traditional dancers and a host of young children dressed as animals.’
- ‘The judges watched as dancers showed off their pops, boogaloos, flips and tumbles.’
- ‘There are now more dancers and choreographers working in Britain than ever before.’
- ‘For the serious dancers and the professionals, the competition and the costs are high.’
- ‘Professional dancers have high rates of injuries that potentially put them out of work.’
- ‘His dancers divide their time between classes in contemporary technique and ballet.’
- ‘The five dancers have also trained in aerobic fitness and upper body strength development.’
- ‘I want to be a good partner, and traditionally the role of the male dancer has been to make the ballerina look good.’
- ‘As individuals people want space but as dancers in classical ballet they are not allowed space.’
- ‘Even professional dancers have to go through a ballet class every day as a physical work out.’
- ‘It's simply interesting watching dancers at work and ballet fans will enjoy it for that.’
- ‘There were dancers that shimmered in costumes of gold, a fakir, and a belly dancer.’
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