chorus girl

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chorus girl

n.
A female dancer in a theatrical chorus.

chorus girl

n
(Theatre) a girl who dances or sings in the chorus of a musical comedy, revue, etc

cho′rus girl`


n.
a female singer or dancer of the chorus of a musical comedy, vaudeville show, etc.
[1890–95]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chorus girl - a woman who dances in a chorus linechorus girl - a woman who dances in a chorus line
chorus line, chorus - a body of dancers or singers who perform together
dancer, professional dancer, terpsichorean - a performer who dances professionally
Translations

chorus girl

ngirl f inv, ragazza che canta e balla
References in classic literature ?
If Jim doesn't kill me," she said to herself, "before he takes a second look at me, he'll say I look like a Coney Island chorus girl.
His chorus girls were known as "Mr Cochran's Young Ladies".
Their aim is to unmask the notorious Stage Door Slasher, slayer of innocent chorus girls.
I used to imagine I'd be walking out from the wings, the chorus girls on stage having been at it for hours, nodding good luck to me as I squinted into the glare of the footlights.
His chorus girls were known as ''Mr Cochran's Young Ladies''.
This is just one of a number of great set pieces including a biplane covered in chorus girls for Beautiful Girls and the glorious tap and slapstick of Moses Supposes.
It means both the order of chorus girls and the trail of a cheap cigar.
The show opens on a group of struggling chorus girls auditioning for a new musical directed by the notoriously-stern Julian Marsh (Dave Willetts), who is desperate to inject life back into Broadway.
Set in the 1920s, "Nice Work If You Can Get It" tells the story of playboys, politicians, bootleggers and chorus girls, all running loose in a glorious Long Island mansion in the rip-roaring 1920s.
During the evening I was passed a note saying one of the chorus girls really liked me.
I was one of the chorus girls in pantomimes in the 1960s.
Located in the heart of the Mitte district, the venue was established in the 1920s, and its near-naked chorus girls (among them a young Marlene Dietrich) quickly gave the theater a reputation for staging some of the raciest shows in the Weimar Republic.