[ UK /ʃˈə‍ʊɡɜːl/ ]
[ US /ˈʃoʊˌɡɝɫ/ ]
  1. a woman who dances in a chorus line
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How To Use showgirl In A Sentence

  • The judge left behind important friends, a seemingly puzzled wife, envelopes full of money, a loose affiliation with political figures under indictment and, it became clear, the affection of several Broadway showgirls.
  • Perhaps the highlight of Ms. Russell's career was co-starring with another bombshell, Marilyn Monroe, in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," Anita Loos's sly 1953 hit musical about a pair of showgirls on the prowl. Actress Heated Up the Silver Screen
  • But for a showgirl, endurance is a marginal virtue at best. DOUBTING THOMAS
  • She's been a showgirl, and an actress in the 1930s and 40s, when it was still risqué.
  • I love the Busby Berkeley showgirls of the 30s great musicals.
  • The occasion would have been a family car trip; the time, the late '50s - the haute Vegas era of feathery showgirls, sharpies in Sy Devore suits, and Sammy Davis Jr. at the Sands.
  • But for a showgirl, endurance is a marginal virtue at best. DOUBTING THOMAS
  • As part of a series of musical numbers themed around the United Nations, a panoply of perfectly groomed pubescent boys in fanciful costumes illustrating national flags parade across the stage like Vegas showgirls.
  • Glamorous Las Vegas-style showgirls dancing on stage will welcome select guests to the opening of the £7 million Opera House Casino in Scarborough on Wednesday.
  • Monet is cattier than a pride of lions: "Rachel had this boa in her room that she said was from her showgirl days, a. k., in my words, probably stripper days. Tallulah Morehead: Big Brother 12 : Waiting For Monet
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