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striptease

Line breaks: strip|tease
Pronunciation: /ˈstrɪptiːz
 
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Definition of striptease in English:

noun

A form of entertainment in which a performer gradually undresses to music in a way intended to be sexually exciting: a floor show which included topless dancing and striptease [count noun]: the girl was doing a striptease [as modifier]: a striptease act
More example sentences
  • You can't back out or refuse, even if it's something like doing a striptease at a school assembly.
  • ‘You have to do a little striptease to music for me,’ she said in between the kisses.
  • The mysteries of cholesterol unfold like various stages of undress in the metabolic striptease.

Derivatives

stripteaser

1
noun
Example sentences
  • Over the course of several months he learns to live cheek-by-jowl with stripteasers, crooks, dissolute journalists and wide-eyed, manipulative communist beauties.
  • So your teachers make a pittance and your stripteasers, a fortune.

Words that rhyme with striptease

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