Examples of leotard in a Sentence
Our aerobics instructor wore a bright red leotard.
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At the end of the two-day session, one camper is awarded a one-year gymnastics scholarship, including classes and a gymnastics leotard from West Broward Gymnastics Academy.
The Glitter queen shone in over-the-top leotards — with a pink feather boa to match — and belted out some of her greatest hits.
When you’re being filmed running around and doing bodyslams in an '80s leotard, confidence is kind of an important thing.
Women with loud makeup and big hair tossed each other around, grunting and sweating in skimpy leotards.
A young ballerina named Matilda Kshesinskaya, gliding across the stage of St. Petersburg’s storied Mariinsky Theater, briefly exposes her left breast when her white camisole leotard comes undone.
A young, nubile ballerina named Matilda Kshesinskaya, gliding across the stage of St. Petersburg’s storied Mariinsky Theater, briefly exposes her left breast when her white camisole leotard comes undone.
In a few weeks, explaining the circus, with its animal acts and little people clowns and women in leotards as eye candy for the dads might be impossible.
Shot in one take on a drone, the creative video captures every emotion in the track with the interpretive dance moves laid out in each scene by dancers dressed in bold black and gold leotards.
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Origin and Etymology of leotard
First Known Use: 1886See Words from the same year
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Definition of leotard for English Language Learners
: a piece of clothing that fits tightly and covers the body except for the legs and sometimes the arms
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