dancing girl

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dancing girl

n
(Dancing) a professional female dancer who dances to entertain customers at a club, theatre, etc
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Now and then it happened that one of the faded, yellow dancing girls would get sold to an amateur, as though she had been alive and young.
For, as when the red-cheeked, dancing girls, April and May, trip home to the wintry, misanthropic woods; even the barest, ruggedest, most thunder-cloven old oak will at least send forth some few green sprouts, to welcome such glad-hearted visitants; so Ahab did, in the end, a little respond to the playful allurings of that girlish air.
Coulson, having waved his hand to a few acquaintances and chaffed the Spanish dancing girls in their own language,--not a little to his companion's astonishment,--at last turned to business.
They are two dancing girls at the Opera, sisters, as different from each other as I and our poor Rita.
It was only what ancient history might have led me to expect--musicians, dancing girls, jugglers, and the like.
A new project was introduced in partnership with Walled City of Lahore Authority, Akhuwat and Tevta to support the dancing girls and their families.
Why not go the whole hog and draft in a few dancing girls at weekends and chuck in a few crates of lager?
They couldn't believe their eyes - we were obviously not dancing girls but what place did women who seemed different have in a dance bar?
The crowds were entertained by Conwy Reflections Morris dancing girls, favourites were played by the Beulah Brass Band whilst Mickey Mouse waved to all.
Be it the PDC World Championship, with its spectacular walk-ons, dancing girls, huge stage and increasingly familiar names, to the more homely Lakeside Championship with its slightly self-conscious entrance of the gladiators, as they cough and splutter their way through the dry ice, December and January for me are a darting delight.
At first, he couldnt say anything and then he laughed nervously and said then said in a squeaky voice, Oh please no, I am just a Quetta police havaldar, so saying, he fled from from the dancing girls bedroom.
WHEN all else fails bring on the dancing girls - this seems to be the strategy Vincent Browne is employing to attract viewers.