Examples of stripper in a Sentence
She worked as a stripper for a few years.
a can of paint stripper
Recent Examples of stripper from the Web
Strippers change their base of operations from urban to rural.
A three-decade war with its reluctant host city of Oakland Park recently ended with federal courts allowing the city commission to force the strippers to cover up.
Pretty quickly, and purely by accident, Alice kills the male stripper hired for the occasion, which leads to a fair amount of panic about proper corpse disposal.
In the middle of the party, Jillian Bell’s coked out character runs full speed toward a male stripper to straddle him and inadvertently knocks the guy over.
After his ouster, Graham took on a new job: promoting all-nude stripper nights at a club on Georgia Avenue.
A former men’s basketball staffer is alleged to have hired strippers to entertain players and recruits.
For along with late-night venues such as LL Bar — famous for its drag queen and stripper performances — or the more laid-back Bears Bar, Chueca boasts an impressive array of gourmet establishments.
Within a few minutes of Viva Las Vegas taking the stage that long-ago afternoon, Stoney saw that this woman was a long way from the stripper stereotype.
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First Known Use of stripper
STRIPPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stripper for English Language Learners
: a performer who removes his or her clothing in a sexually exciting way : a dancer who does a striptease
: a tool that you use to remove something (such as paint) from a surface
: a liquid chemical that you use to remove something (such as paint) from a surface
Medical Definition of stripper
: a surgical instrument used for removal of a vein
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