- chor(us) + -ine1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Early on, she was a sassy, brassy, tough dancer/chorine type, then as she became a star her image got softer.”
“I rented this because Joyce Compton has a supporting role as a chorine who is improbably paired in a romantic duo with that limp-wristed classic movie icon, Franklin Pangborn.”
“Lance, as I said on FB, your relative fits the "chorine with a heart of gold" literary trope perfectly.”
“As two very different ingénues battle it out for the lead, a brassy veteran chorine (Megan Hilty, a true Broadway veteran) and a newbie from Iowa with heart (American Idol's Katharine McPhee), Smash at times evokes Bob Fosse's classic All That Jazz in its gimlet-eyed, gamy yet irrepressibly fabulous and tuneful valentine to the business of show biz.”
“Latrines and showers are damaged, fecal matter is running in rivulets through the camps, and in the worst possible scenario, chorine levels in water distribution systems are running low or are non-existent.”
“She turns out to be an anonymous chorine, dressed in a red version of Frankie's and Rose's costuming, setting up the transition of "Frankie" into the opening of "Blossom Got Kissed.”
“The smell of french fries, ketchup and chorine - the Enlisted Pool at AFSOUTH...”
“It's softer on the skin, and you don't have that chorine smell," Mr. Lister said.”
“We do use chorine in the fountain and don't have any grunge problems.”
“With al Qaeda still focused on hitting high impact U.S. targets, with terrorists in Iraq using now chlorine gas in car bomb attacks and with four 150 pound canisters of chorine stolen from water treatment plants in Texas and California.”
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