Examples of leotard in a Sentence
Our aerobics instructor wore a bright red leotard.
Recent Examples of leotard from the Web
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.
One contestant sobbingly told Lady Gaga that her career had helped save lives; another wore a leotard scrawled with #blacklivesmatter.
Costumes, designed by Mr. Peck himself, are practical dancewear (leotards, tights) combining various shades of brown and white.
My father was a big man, but some previous Squire Bracebridge had been beefier and had stretched the nobleman’s leotards.
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Origin and Etymology of leotard
Jules Léotard, †1870 French aerial gymnast
First Known Use: 1886See Words from the same year
LEOTARD Defined for English Language Learners
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
LEOTARD Defined for Kids
Definition of leotard for Students
: a tight one-piece garment worn by a dancer or acrobat
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