- n. Plural form of dancer.
“And for keeping away the creeps, well, the kind of creeps which approaches the dancers is usually the one that consider dancers "easy pray" so when I show I'm smart, they run.”
“This lyrical suite for five dancers is cut from the same gauzy cloth as Jerome Robbins's "Dances at a Gathering.”
“In one recent season, he featured Olympian Dara Torres on the catwalk; the year before that, dancers from the American Ballet Theater were his models.”
“It's time for singers and dancers from the John Burroughs High School show choir Powerhouse and the School of Rock to re-enact the GQ "Glee" photo shoot, complete with skimpy school outfits for the chicks, to the strains of "Schools Out for Summer" and "We Will Rock You.”
“Shot on 35mm on location all over New York City with dancers from the New York City Ballet.”
“Duties to check identification and to escort dancers from the dance floors to dressing rooms or to the floor or out to their vehicles.”
“On that memorable junket, a lobbyist hosted five House members and took along some exotic dancers from the Cheetah III nightclub in Atlanta to serve as hostesses.”
“Grab more titles for dancers from the I am a Dancer booklist.”
“A fast-paced program that stars three dancers from the show -- Kym Johnson,.”
“This routine would have surely worked (again) except one of the dancers is constantly drunk and tripping all over the place.”
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