Definition for dancer (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for dancer
If I want to be a dancer, why are you getting personal with me?
Who is the singer, dancer, actor who can do what Tony Yazbeck is doing?
“It all comes from the difficulties of working with Bjork on Dancer in the Dark,” said Skarsgard.Lars von Trier Breaks His Vow of Silence to Discuss ‘Nymphomaniac’ in Venice|Marlow Stern|September 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He first wanted to be a dancer on the television show “Fame.”
Today, Purdy is an Olympic snowboarder, spokeswoman, actress, and now, a dancer.
She did not want to leave my father, who was also a dancer and general acrobat, so they invested their savings in a small circus.The Autobiography of a Clown|Isaac Frederick Marcosson
Cat and dancer were similar; Nihla, like the Persian puss, knew when she had had enough.The Moonlit Way|Robert W. Chambers
She could make quite a fortune as a dancer, and we have persuaded several managers to promise to give her a trial.Cinderella|Richard Harding Davis
Louis was exceedingly fond of exhibiting his grace as a dancer.Louis XIV., Makers of History Series|John S. C. Abbott
Meanwhile the dancer had begun and his musicians were in full swing; but of these I shall speak later.Jungle Peace|William Beebe
Word Origin and History for dancer
mid-15c., agent noun from dance. (Dancere as a surname is attested from early 12c.). Related: Danseuse "female dancer," from French fem. of danseur.