noun, plural dan·seuses [French dahn-sœz] /French dɑ̃ˈsœz/.
- danse du ventre,
- danse macabre,
- danseur noble,
- dante alighieri,
- dante chair,
Origin of danseuse
Examples from the Web for danseuse
If I had found him a wife, he would not have got entangled with this danseuse.The Two Brothers|Honore de Balzac
From 1820 to 1823, Florentine had the experience of every danseuse of nineteen to twenty years of age.A Start in Life|Honore de Balzac
The danseuse had subsided into an interim condition of mute tension.
Again: A dance was required at a moment's notice for a second danseuse, and the stage manager was distracted.Operas Every Child Should Know|Mary Schell Hoke Bacon
The danseuse had recovered consciousness, and was crying hysterically.