chorus line


Definition of chorus line 

: a group of dancers and singers supporting the featured players in a musical comedy or revue : chorus sense 1e often used figuratively … a chorus line of executives trotted out their achievements …— Frank Gibney Jr., Time, 24 May 1999

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First Known Use of chorus line

1898, in the meaning defined above

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