1. an acrobat who performs on a rope stretched at some height above the ground
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How To Use ropedancer In A Sentence

  • Pay me what her clothes cost," cried the ropedancer at last, "and you may take her. Fifty Famous Stories Retold
  • The ropedancer remembered this statement, questioned other Bacchantes about these things, and heard the doctrine of the transmigration of the soul confirmed. Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works
  • I love the old english fairground culture ... so this journal is ropedancer, zines and personal site are the raree show, and art business is magic lantern arts! 2005 February « Magic Lantern Arts
  • Never had he beheld any ropedancer display so much grace, strength, and daring. Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works
  • The rogue was most probably one of the vagrants, and like a flash it entered his mind that the ropedancer, Kuni, who in her prosperous days, instead of eating meat and vegetables, preferred to satisfy her appetite with fruits and sweet dainties, might be the culprit. Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works
  • The kindness which the lame ropedancer showed to the fragile child was lavishly returned to her by a thousand proofs of the warmest attachment. Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works
  • In reference to the connection between the duchess and the ropedancer, Mr. Pope introduced the following lines into his "Sober Advice from Horace: Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete
  • If a foreigner were to announce that he would dance on a pack-thread, he would ruin the ropedancer; because, as the thread would in all probability break, his danger would be greater, and therefore his exhibition would be incomparable! The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 13, No. 386, August 22, 1829
  • At first he received her sternly and repellantly enough, but, as soon as she introduced herself as the ropedancer who had met with the accident, he showed himself to be a kindly old gentleman. Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works
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