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Synonyms for fencer

someone skilled at fencing

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Williams was Britain's top fencer in three success-ivOlympics and team manager in 2005 for Great Britain at the World Student Games.
The event is open to all fencers, Bahraini and non-Bahraini, male and female and will be played in a knock-out format.
Fencers were digging holes near to the garden's hedgebank when they found the bomb, which had a detonator on the front.
The 32-year-old wheelchair fencer qualified from his pool but was paired with world bronze medallist Serhiy Shenkevych in the last 16 eventually losing the bout 15-4.
She moved to Ohio State on scholarship to work with her coach, the world famous former champion fencer Vladimir Nazlymov, who spotted her at the 2003 World Championships in Cuba.
The son of an ambitious French nobleman who brought Joseph and his mother back to Paris and was intent on giving him all the perks befitting a child of the aristocracy, he grew up in Paris and, by his early twenties, was that country's best fencer, as well as equestrian.
At 32, the software developer technologist for the Union Bank of Switzerland in Weehawken, New Jersey, is an avid fencer.
fever, pus, swelling, or pain) during July 2002-February 2003 in a fencer or household contact of a fencer from whom MRSA was cultured from a clinical isolate.
A halt is called after a touch or when a fencer steps off the strip.
The 24-year-old, who was killed by her ex at her Gateshead home, had been a keen fencer throughout her teenage years.
Tunisian sabre fencer Azza Besbes (right) beat Italy's Irene Vecchi in the semi-final for a spot in the decider at the 2017 FIE World Fencing Championship in Leipzig, Germany.
Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad will make history at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro when she becomes the first United States athlete to compete in the international games wearing a hijab - a headscarf worn by some Muslim women.
The Easy Fencer allows rolls of wire netting to be unwound from an hydraulic upright spool which is controlled by a tractor's five-cell lever block.
A TEENAGE fencer from Bickerstaffe - who featured on these pages earlier this month - has won his first medal at a senior competition.