Definition of showgirl
: a chorus girl in a musical comedy or nightclub show
Recent Examples of showgirl from the Web
Designed by Olivier Bériot, who previously worked with Besson on Lucy, Bubble’s wardrobe is fit for an intergalactic showgirl.
Images from both books show drag queens dressed as Marilyn Monroe, nuns, Dorothy, Liza Minnelli, Cat Woman, Elvis, 1920s flappers, showgirls, Girl Scouts, the Pope and Jacqueline Kennedy.
Member Danette Erickson got into the act and danced alongside one of the showgirls.
In her third and final film for Goldwyn, The Greeks Had a Word for Them, three ex-showgirls rent a luxury apartment to attract potential millionaire spouses.
But before recreational marijuana launches in the state best known for slot machines and showgirls, a judge must decide who has the right to distribute Nevada’s newest cash crop.
But before recreational marijuana launches in the state best known for slot machines and showgirls, a judge must decide who has the right to distribute what promises to be Nevada’s newest cash crop.
Beauty pageant contestant Eden Wood, aged 6, is a diminutive vision in showgirl pink in 2011.
Afterward, real-life showgirl and longtime Moschino fan Dita Von Teese, dressed in a black-leather biker-style Moschino corset gown, gave the collection her stamp of approval.
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SHOWGIRL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of showgirl for English Language Learners
: a woman who sings or dances in a musical show
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