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  • n. Plural form of ecdysiast.

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Examples

  • If you really want to check out some stills that capture not only the costumes and magical make-up of amazing ecdysiasts but their glittering personalities as well, the talented photographers in this exhibit display their artistic expertise of the art of burlesque.

    Jenna Henry Hansen: Reviewing "The Unsung Heroes of Burlesque"

  • The enthusiastic ecdysiasts are not known as “Strippers” but as “Entertainers” and the PEC is anything but a run-of-mill peeler joint.

    PROFILE: Midtown Lunch’er “Crazy Legs Conti” | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • While digging into Beldini-as-Diamond I came across contact info for burlesque queen April Daye at one of the many sites that celebrate the ecdysiasts who made burlesque such sexy glam fun.

    April Daye, Lady of Burlesque/Hope Diamond, Jersey City Deputy Mayor?

  • Suddenly, personal familiarity with the sacroiliac was no longer restricted to doctors, athletes and ecdysiasts like Virginia '' Ding-Dong '' Bell.

    Herb Watch

  • Aimed at but not exclusive to the growing Southern community of ecdysiasts, this weekend overflows with opportunities to refine your bump and grind including parties, a panel discussion, and performances.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Not the spinning silver-eyed ecdysiasts boasting their unnatural virtual accoutrements or the citizens who lapped up the sight of them.

    Flinx's Folly

  • Like marketing jewelust lingerie to the famed ecdysiasts of Loser's World, or to freshly-minted debutantes on New Paris.

    Icerigger

  • In the most audacious part of the scheme, the mobsters sent female emissaries to upstate New York to find young, single men willing to marry ex-patriate ecdysiasts in exchange $5,000.

    NYDN Rss

  • As the court put it delicately, the bar added just "minor improvements e.g., poles and opened an establishment felicitously-and paronomastically-called the 'Landing Strip,' in which young lady ecdysiasts engaged in the deciduous calisthenics of perhaps unwitting First Amendment expression."

    Forbes.com: News

  • These are the crème de la crème of artistic ecdysiasts who took off their clothes with passion and with flare.

    Listal promoted

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