Definition of pole dancing in English:

pole dancing

Line breaks: pole dan¦cing

noun

[mass noun]
Erotic dancing which involves swinging around a fixed pole.
More example sentences
  • When they wrote to appear on the TV show, the group described themselves as dancing girls but refused to do any dirty dancing or pole dancing.
  • Meanwhile, Mr Brownsword today assured residents there would be no lap dancing, pole dancing or strip acts at the new club.
  • He said the kind of dancing, and whether pole dancing would be included, would depend on the terms of the licence.

Derivatives

pole dancer

noun
More example sentences
  • The 10 contestants - who include a dairy farmer, a pilot and a former pole dancer - underwent a week's training at a police college to learn the basics of crime investigation.
  • There's a Thai pole dancer in and extremely short asymmetrical dress (extremely short on one side only) who is being taken for a spin across the floor by almost every man in the joint so far.
  • In the third act she performs a solo with a shepherd's crook, swivelling her hips and stroking the staff with her legs, that would not be out of place for a pole dancer in a dubious Soho nightspot.

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