Meaning of burlesquer in English:


Pronunciation /bəːˈlɛskə/


See burlesque

‘I was truly a burlesquer a time when it was becoming much more about anatomy, and very little about burlesque.’
  • ‘It seems that a common question that all burlesquers get asked is How do I get involved in Burlesque?’
  • ‘Corset-wearing burlesquers and ordinary folk alike should require no history lessons to understand.’
  • ‘But the key to a successful burlesquer lies in her personality.’
  • ‘There were lots of thrusts and gyrations in the class, which makes sense, since they're burlesquers, but I just don't have the coordination, sadly, to shimmy and walk backward at the same time.’