from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A woman who is employed by a bar to encourage customers to spend money freely.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun a woman employed by a bar to act as a companion to men customers.
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- noun A woman employed to talk to customers in a
barand encourage them to buy drinks.
- noun A female person who performs
breakdance; a breaker
- noun A female member of the
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a woman employed by a bar to act as a companion to men customers
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
Without so much as a rune or magic potion, she had turned herself from a B-girl in Philly to a virtuoso of the concubinal arts.
In an effort to sanitize Paramount's portrait of a demimondaine, the studio publicity department churned out reams of flapdoodle, defining Holly as a "kook" rather than a B-girl.
The B-girl Be Block Party will showcase dance, live mural painting, film, a spoken world slam and an art marketplace.
This year the B-girl Be organizers will have the power to literally choose the belle of the ball.
The B-girl Be festival is the only arts festival in the world solely dedicated to the contributions of women in hip-hop.
Intermedia Arts, located in Minneapolis, has unleashed the mother of all hip-hop festivals; B-girl Be.
She is exceptionally well-dressed for a B-girl, in an elegant black evening dress with a plunging neckline.
Scott suggested using the familiar Hollywood strategy of "indirection" to portray Ginny as "a B-girl, working in a barroom."
Thus, the photo still for Rowe Vending Cigarette Machines features B-girl Ginny (Gloria Grahame), smiling, leaning into the cigarette machine, in a low-cut black gown, while the photo for Modern Hygiene Vacuum Cleaners features good wife Mary (Jacqueline White) in a house dress and heels next to an easy chair, holding the vacuum hose.
Good story and beautiflly photographed, also features an aging Mary Astor as a jaded B-girl and a very young Janet Leigh. boblipton says: