Examples of leotard in a Sentence
Our aerobics instructor wore a bright red leotard.
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Alison Brie, new fave Betty Gilpin (in '80s spandex leotards), and Marc Maron (in '80s Björn Borg polos and Terry Richardson glasses) are all awesome in this series about professionally fake lady wrestling.
Remember, everyone, exercising in spandex leotards can help align our chakras!
Either way, Nick and Peta channeled their inner '80s athlete with sparkly leotards and leg warmers, and I'm sold.
According to the brand’s website, the training shorts ($65; shethinx.com) are able to absorb up to two tampons' worth of blood, while the leotard ($60; shethinx.com) can absorb one and the unitard ($85; shethinx.com) can absorb one-half.
In the campaign, the mother of three wears a black lace bra, a red bra with a black blazer, a black lace leotard and thigh-high stockings, and a red satin top.
For the 2008 AMAs, Bey ruled the stage in a simple setup; no fancy graphics, no elaborate set -- just Beyoncé and two dancers (including Glee’s Heather Morris) in matching black-and-white leotards, with an all-female backup band.
Swift channels rival Katy Perry here with the bleach blonde hair and wild leotard/cheetah motif, perhaps a nod to the tiger imagery Perry associates with herself.
Their opponents, the Dancing Dolls, are wearing cutaway gold lamé leotards with white gloves.
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Origin and Etymology of leotard
First Known Use: 1886See Words from the same year
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