dancing girl


a professional female dancer who dances to entertain customers at a club, theatre, etc

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Examples from the Web for dancing girl

Historical Examples of dancing girl

  • I see, the dancing-girl is standing ready; they are handing her some hoops.

  • He came in the morning, pale and red-eyed, and hung flowers at the dancing-girl's door.


    Anatole France

  • Lollius is noble, handsome, and rich, and a dancing-girl treats him with scorn!


    Anatole France

  • Never before, I believe, had Christian preacher a dancing-girl for a daughter.'


    William Ware

  • I found her in Madrid, the dancing-girl of a band of gypsies.

    The Duke's Motto

    Justin Huntly McCarthy