Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of playgirl.

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Examples

  • He also opened the first Playboy Club, a fashionable members-only establishment that was staffed by playgirls in bunny costumes and bowties (in Diamonds Are Forever, 007 flashes his member's card).

    Hugh Hefner in six volumes

  • The secret, of course, is that Gabor's descendant (Brandi again) was not only a ravening vampire but still is a ravening vampire, who considers the so-called (if only in America) playgirls to be a moveable feast.

    31 Screams: Maria Giovannini

  • Britt was his connection to the jet set, the rich playboys and playgirls of the world whose main occupation was going to parties.

    Cheech & Chong

  • Britt was his connection to the jet set, the rich playboys and playgirls of the world whose main occupation was going to parties.

    Cheech & Chong

  • The whole class consisted of repeated crime offenders, sex manics, playgirls [and a nerd] so the circle was quite bonded with their sharing of past crimes and the current ones.

    the tale of bell-bell

  • Meanwhile it would be interesting to know what the true-born working man or woman thinks of the playboys and playgirls of the educated class who adopt the working-class cause without sacrificing middle-class capital, or sharing working-class experience.

    Three Guineas

  • His search for sexual liberation brought forth lubricous playgirls who were as threatening as they were seductive — nineteenth-century repressions died hard.

    Cultural Hothouse

  • Her face was sort of familiar and I thought perhaps I had seen her picture in those society things you see in Earthside magazines -- one of the rich playgirls we get too many of.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • Oh, ye playboys and playgirls Ain't a-gonna run my world,

    PLAYBOYS AND PLAYGIRLS

  • Ye playboys and playgirls Ain't a-gonna run my world,

    PLAYBOYS AND PLAYGIRLS

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