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  • n. One who dances the waltz.
  • n. A fairground ride consisting of a number of cars that spin individually while rotating around a central point like a carousel.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A person who waltzes.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A waltzing mouse, one of a breed whose members have the habit of spinning rapidly round and round.
  • n. A person who waltzes.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a dancer who waltzes


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waltz +‎ -er


  • Write a poem about your heart spinning like a waltzer and make a promise that summer will last forever.

    Day 5: A Love Letter To The Glasgow Transport System

  • There are computer graphics, a giant waltzer and a slide, and video screens.


  • On Anna's farm, guests can stay in a "pimped up" 70s showman's caravan, bought from a fairground family and once towed behind a waltzer, now with chandeliers and a chocolate-coloured bath with gold taps.

    Caravans just got cooler

  • My brain was whirling inside my head like a waltzer at a fairground.

    The Woman I Was Born to Be

  • She had the general appearance of a small girl who had been riding a waltzer in her nightclothes.

    Her Fearful Symmetry

  • There's just the lingering conviction that Waller's not a waltzer, he's a clogger.

    A Slow Waltz To The Bank

  • John was a terrific waltzer and a terrific lover, but not much of a husband.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection

  • Amongst other partners, my lord selected that intrepid waltzer, the Graefinn von Gumpelheim, who, in spite of her age, size, and large family, never lost a chance of enjoying her favourite recreation.

    The Newcomes

  • He was very well known as a good-natured handsome young man, and a very good waltzer, the only son of an Indian officer of large wealth, who chose to devote himself to painting, and who was supposed to entertain an unhappy fondness for his cousin the beautiful Miss

    The Newcomes

  • One of these officers, a captain in the regiment, was an especial flirt of mine; he was a good-looking, agreeable man, and a beautiful waltzer.

    Kate Coventry An Autobiography


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