Definition of majorette in English:

majorette

Line breaks: ma¦jor|ette
Pronunciation: /ˌmeɪdʒəˈrɛt
 
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noun

  • short for drum majorette.
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    • A total of 14 acts were laid on for a 170-strong audience, with majorettes, solo singers, trumpet players and dancers strutting their stuff on stage.
    • Entertainment was provided by morris dancers, majorettes and wrestlers, with Bratton Silver Band also on hand to get the toes tapping.
    • What are required are accordion players, drummers and majorettes.

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