1. a male ballet dancer who is the partner of a ballerina
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How To Use danseur In A Sentence

  • As I followed this acclaimed danseur around his elaborate fire-castle, he explained to me how he left Howard University in mid-1960s and bee-lined to the Big Apple in search of a dance, a dollar, and a dream. Cheryl Wills: Famed Choreographer Is Still a "WIZ" in Old Firehouse
  • Except his turning actually made it harder than typical ballet, where the danseur raises the ballerina far above his head and lightly transports her across stage that way. Tonya Plank: Though it's Hard to See Her as the Underdog Breaking a Curse, Kristi Yamaguchi Justly Won Dancing With the Stars
  • When he was a student, Kudelka had the advantage of working with Erik Bruhn, who, as both dancer and company director, pursued a mission to redirect the audience's gaze from the ballerina towards the male danseur.
  • She flirts shamelessly with the dashing danseur, who declines rather rudely to dance with her.
  • Almost literally larger than life, Brazilian danseur Marcelo Gomes and Russian ballerina Veronika Part devour the stage with their magnanimous largesse -- both size - and dance-wise. Tonya Plank: Marcelo Gomes and Veronika Part's Luscious, Heartbreaking La Bayadère
  • They have succeeded at the Paris Opera Ballet inner competition 3 times: to become successively coryph√©es, sujets and then premiers danseurs.
  • My Patrick was premier danseur at the Paris Opera and I danced with American Ballet Theatre in New York and so we met through our careers. Foire - French Word-A-Day
  • In 1900 he moved to Moscow where he became premier danseur and regisseur of the Bolshoi Ballet; in 1902 he was appointed director, a position he held until his death.
  • She has performed every kind of role, worked with choreographers from A to Z, and danced alongside a string of impressive danseurs.
  • The leaps in logic here would do a premier danseur proud. Archive 2009-10-01
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