mover
 n.— «Growing up in the theater and seeing what real dancers, pro dancers, do—in the business, if you say you’re a dancer, you’d better be a dancer. On Broadway, I’m what’s known as a mover—and I’m a good mover. But someday I’d like to move closer to the dancer category, because I think they’re amazing.» —“A ‘mover’ looking to become a dancer” by Melissa Ruggieri Richmond Times-Dispatch (Virginia) Jan. 30, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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