dansant

[ dahn-sahn ]

noun,plural dan·sants [dahnsahn]. /ˈdɑ̃sɑ̃/. French.

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How to use dansant in a sentence

  • Everybody, Alec included, was kindness itself to the silent child, and th dansant was talked of.

    The Tower of Oblivion | Oliver Onions
  • As the Elizabeth affected an English atmosphere and had not adopted the th dansant, the place was not overfull.

    A Man's Hearth | Eleanor M. Ingram
  • She had even said point-blank to Mr. Avenel, "Why don't you give a Dejeune dansant?"

    My Novel, Complete | Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  • She opened it with a th dansant, at which she discoursed on the art of dress.

    The Nest Builder | Beatrice Forbes-Robertson Hale
  • And, therewith, a déjeûné dansant Mr. Avenel resolved to give.