Definition of Dancers

1. Noun. (plural of dancer) ¹



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Definition of Dancers

1. dancer [n] - See also: dancer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dancers

dancegoing
dancehall
dancehalls
danceless
dancelike
dancemaker
dancemakers
dancemaking
dancer
dancercise
dancercises
danceress
danceresses
dancerly
danceroom music
dancers (current term)
dances
dancesport
dancest
danceth
dancette
dancettes
dancetty
dancetté
dancewear
dancey
danciness
dancing
dancing-girl
dancing bologna

Literary usage of Dancers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1897)
"The dancers afterwards marched off to Witney, where they gave a similar ... On the return of the hunters and the morris-dancers, the whole company repaired ..."

2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1908)
"Such exhibitions were usually given for the pleasure of the guests, at great banquets, and performed by professional dancers hired for the occasion. ..."

3. Publication by Field Columbian Museum (1903)
"At the conclusion of the rite of smoking, the dancers went to their grandfathers, who had already entered the lodge, and took up their position in front of ..."

4. History of the American Theatre by George Overcash Seilhamer (1889)
"3—French dancers. Fair Penitent. Harlequin Dead and Alive. 6—Same bill. IO—French dancers. Padlock Bickerstaff 13—French dancers. Isabella. ..."

5. Pilgrim Life in the Middle Ages by Sidney Heath (1912)
"CHAPTER IV FLAGELLANTS AND dancers ONE of the most extraordinary features of the Middle ... The most persistent of these bands of fanatics were the dancers, ..."

6. The Ghost-dance Religion and the Sioux Outbreak of 1890 by James Mooney (1896)
"The feather, which was worn upon the head of the dancers, was either that of the crow, the sacred bird of the Ghost dance, or of the eagle, sacred in all ..."

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