ecdysiast

NOUN
  1. a performer who provides erotic entertainment by undressing to music
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How To Use ecdysiast In A Sentence

  • Our favorite ‘intense’ (read: creepy) actor is an aficionado of ecdysiasts.
  • The legendary ecdysiast should take Britain off his itinerary altogether.
  • Who can blame that fabled celebrity connoisseur of ecdysiasts for wearing a mask when he dropped in for a spot of ale at his favorite London strip club?
  • So distinct was her wit and elegant striptease, that H.L. Mencken coined the term "ecdysiast" to describe her high-class act. Fern Siegel: Stage Door Theater Reviews: In Praise Of Patti LuPone, Gypsy, And South Pacific
  • Considering that the roots of the word "ecdysiast" have to do with molting, this is particularly charming to me. The Return of the Return of Burlesque
  • Strips is an acronym apparently coined by a bump-and-grind ecdysiast enthusiast at Treasury for “Separate Trading of Registered Interest and Principal of Securities.” The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time
  • The two decades mentioned saw articles and books by H.L. Mencken, who reflected a modern, mature view of language (and who coined the word ecdysiast for VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XX No 1
  • Mencken is the one who coined the word 'ecdysiast' in her honor, Abbott says. NPR Topics: News
  • A demeaning booking in a burlesque theater gives Louise the chance to emerge from Momma's shadow and become cafe society's favorite ecdysiast.
  • A demeaning booking in a burlesque theater gives Louise the chance to emerge from Momma's shadow and become cafe society's favorite ecdysiast.
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