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Use "romancers" in a sentence
"The inquiry belongs more immediately to the history of Provence than of France, for the romancers are the pupils of the Provençal school; not independent practitioners of the same craft, but directly indebted to"
"Eustathius Macrembolita, but something being noticeable in earlier folk, especially Achilles Tatius, and the trick having evidently come from those rhetoricians  of whose class the romancers were a kind of offshoot."
"This is no love-story; and can have no ending such as romancers love to set to their tales."