Lancers



[lan-serz, lahn-] /ˈlæn sərz, ˈlɑn-/

noun, (used with a singular verb)
1.
a set of quadrilles danced in sequence.
2.
music for such a set of dances.
[lan-ser, lahn-] /ˈlæn sər, ˈlɑn-/
noun
1.
a cavalry soldier armed with a .
/ˈlɑːnsəz/
noun (functioning as sing)
1.
a quadrille for eight or sixteen couples
2.
a piece of music composed for this dance
/ˈlɑːnsə/
noun
1.
(formerly) a cavalryman armed with a lance
2.

n.

1580s, “soldier armed with a lance,” from French lancier, from Old French lance (see lance (n.)).

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