nude dancing


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n nude dancing erotic dancing with little or no clothing
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In literature:

German men and women, in their divinity, should bathe, drink beer, dance together nude.
"Villa Elsa" by Stuart Henry
Next appeared nude Poetry: she danced with Sensuality a characteristic dance, to which Imagination played the flute d'amour.
"Faustus his Life, Death, and Doom" by Friedrich Maximilian von Klinger

In poetry:

She danced, near nude, to tom-tom beat,
With swaying arms and flying feet,
'Mid swirling spangles, gauze and lace,
Her all was dancing--save her face.
"Zalka Peetruza" by Raymond Garfield Dandridge

In news:

Adult entertainer's right-to-dance-nude argument falls flat.
Company's nude dance distracting but rest of show marvelous.
Nude dancing not art, can be taxed.
They may never be confused with "Swan Lake," but an upstate New York strip club says its nude lap dances are every bit as much an art form and should be exempt from state taxes.
Dancing in the nude and other healthy remedies.
Swim, dance, volley in the nude .
New York's highest court will consider legal arguments by a strip club on whether nude dancing is an art and deserves a state tax exemption as such.
The case boiled down to whether nude dancing in strip clubs is "art" and entitled to the same tax breaks as ballet performed in theaters.
Videos of nude children dancing were found on Todd Hoffner's school-issued cellphone by a university IT professional, who reported it to school officials.
A part-time dance teacher at a South Hadley performing arts charter school is facing charges for allegedly sending a nude photo of himself to a 17-year-old student.