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How to use fencer in a sentence
The remaining fencer had a 50 percent probability of winning each point.
Sure enough, your best bet was to have your strongest fencer go last.
The strongest fencer has a 75 percent chance of winning each point.
The remaining fencer has a 50 percent probability of winning each point.
A fencer and historical reenactor, Don Hollway excels at describing medieval weaponry, shield walls and battle tactics.If you love heroic fantasy a la George R.R. Martin, you’ll love ‘The Last Viking’ | Michael Dirda | September 22, 2021 | Washington Post
Think like a fencer: parry on Medicare; lunge at the stimulus.
The annual price of training for Maya Lawrence, an Olympic fencer, is estimated to be $20,000.Gabby Douglas, Ryan Lochte: Why Families of America’s Olympics Athletes Are Broke | Kevin Fallon | August 7, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Althotas eyed the speaker like a fencer watching his antagonist make a lunge which lays him open to defeat.Balsamo, The Magician | Alexander Dumas
In the gym, Siebold also shone as a good boxer, fencer and wrestler.Radio Boys Loyalty | Wayne Whipple
But they were masters once, and now and then they send out a fencer the French can't touch.'Lord Ormont and his Aminta, Complete | George Meredith
Donald was a capital fencer; and, well skilled in the tricks of the art, he had a parry for every known thrust.Donald and Dorothy | Mary Mapes Dodge
The fencer who can transfer his weapon to the left hand places his adversary at a disadvantage.Froebel's Gifts | Kate Douglas Wiggin
British Dictionary definitions for fencer
a person who fights with a sword, esp one who practises the art of fencing
mainly Australian and NZ a person who erects and repairs fences
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