Definition of sabreur in English:

sabreur

Line breaks: sab|reur
Pronunciation: /saˈbrəː
 
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noun

A cavalryman or fencer using a sabre.
More example sentences
  • Factor this in for a 3-fencer sabre team and you have a cost of $597 per fencer - just about two and a half times more than a classical sabreur would have to invest.
  • The dorsal surface of the forearm of a sabreur in the guard of second is particularly exposed.
  • The modern sabreur plays a game of priority of one cut over another cut and like the foilist, creates situations and provokes responses from the opponent to allow him to score points.

Origin

French, from sabrer 'strike with a sabre'.

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