Think like a fencer: parry on Medicare; lunge at the stimulus.
The annual price of training for Maya Lawrence, an Olympic fencer, is estimated to be $20,000.
His fame as a fencer went abroad in the town, and he was challenged to a bout by the principal teacher of the art in Chicago.
But in Crispin he found a fencer of a quality such as he had never yet encountered.
The fencer who can transfer his weapon to the left hand places his adversary at a disadvantage.
In the gym, Siebold also shone as a good boxer, fencer and wrestler.
Like a fencer, that will seem to aim all at one place, that he may strike you in another while you are guarding that.
His Excellency looked at the speaker as a fencer measures his antagonist.
All physical games do not require physical strength, and he became an excellent shot and fencer.
Skilful, dexterous; as a substantive, a performer at a bull-feast, also a fencer.