Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of chorine.

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Examples

  • I found her backstage sewing chorines of indeterminate gender into torn costumes and gluing marabou feathers back onto pasties and posing pouches.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • A racy musical comedy set in a time when entertainment was about bawdy comedians and dazzling chorines.

    Welcome to Minsky's

  • I found her backstage sewing chorines of indeterminate gender into torn costumes and gluing marabou feathers back onto pasties and posing pouches.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • Monsieur Reynard, chevalier of France, has announced his plans to build a lavish hotel-casino called the Inferno, complete with Folies Bergre-style bare-breasted chorines, along the highway already occupied by El Rancho Vegas, the Last Frontier, and the late Bugsy Siegels Flamingo hotel-casinos.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • Monsieur Reynard, chevalier of France, has announced his plans to build a lavish hotel-casino called the Inferno, complete with Folies Bergre-style bare-breasted chorines, along the highway already occupied by El Rancho Vegas, the Last Frontier, and the late Bugsy Siegels Flamingo hotel-casinos.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • Monsieur Reynard, chevalier of France, has announced his plans to build a lavish hotel-casino called the Inferno, complete with Folies Bergre-style bare-breasted chorines, along the highway already occupied by El Rancho Vegas, the Last Frontier, and the late Bugsy Siegels Flamingo hotel-casinos.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • Abdullah then led us to the nearby Hittite holy site of Yizilikaya, two open-air gorges in the side of a mountain filled with carvings of Hittite gods and kings, so many that at times they're packed together like a line of chorines.

    Day Four: Hattushas

  • His ill-conceived austerity programs sent countless innocent cigarette-girls, busboys, dealers and chorines into a miniature gulag of re-education camps, cryptically dubbed "universidads" and "facultades de medicina."

    Ned Goldreyer: Cuba's Bold Path

  • Abdullah then led us to the nearby Hittite holy site of Yizilikaya, two open-air gorges in the side of a mountain filled with carvings of Hittite gods and kings, so many that at times they're packed together like a line of chorines.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • I found her backstage sewing chorines of indeterminate gender into torn costumes and gluing marabou feathers back onto pasties and posing pouches.

    Dancing with Werewolves

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