lancers

(from the article `quadrille`) ...each other by the right hand, and then each gave her left hand to the opposite man, who turned her into place beside himself. The quadrille was ...
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lancers

[n] - a quadrille for 8 or 16 couples
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lancers

noun a quadrille for 8 or 16 couples
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Lancers

Lance-carrying, light cavalry
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Lancers

The lancers is a dance first introduced in Paris in 1836. It is an imitation of a military dance in which men used lances.
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Lancers

The quadrille of the Lancers was a set dance or single dance invented by a dancing master in Paris about 1836. England took it up and it was fashionable for a number of years in polite society.
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