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Definition of "dancer" [dan•cer]

  • A scantily dressed woman who dances erotically for individual members of the audience (noun)
  • A person who dances, performs (a) dance(s). (noun)

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  • A stripper. (noun)

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Use "dancer" in a sentence
  • "So, if you are seeing the dancer spin counter-clockwise (left brain), turn your head to the right, so the the dancer is the extreme left of your field of vision."
  • "Shechter may be known primarily as a choreographer, and the advance publicity may have promised "bodies" on stage the word "dancer" was carefully avoided, yet the work has been primarily presented as a showcase for the 75-minute score that he's written - the raw material for his and Gormley's theatrical experiment."
  • "The dancer is where the art lies, where discovery lives, where everything comes together, words and ideas in a swirl … there is form, rhythm, movement … there is meaning and beauty and immense satisfaction."