(in the 18th and 19th centuries) a musical drama containing rhymed lyrics and resembling comic opera or a comic play containing songs.
Dr. Arne and Rule, Britannia William Hayman Cummings
A Book of Burlesque Willam Davenport Adams
The Little Schoolmaster Mark J. H. Shorthouse
an American tobacco with thin leaves and light color, grown especially in Kentucky and nearby regions, used mostly in cigarettes. a burlesque show. a male given name. Contemporary Examples Idaho Woman Who Gave Birth on Highway: ‘I Had to Pull My Pants Down to Get the Baby Out’ Dale Eisinger July 9, 2014 Historical Examples […]
burlesque (def 3). Historical Examples The Mind Digger Winston Marks
a city in S Ontario, in S Canada, on Lake Ontario. a city in NW Vermont, on Lake Champlain. a city in N North Carolina. a city in SE Iowa, on the Mississippi River. a city in NE Massachusetts. a city in S central New Jersey. Contemporary Examples Britain’s Nuke-Proof Underground City Nina Strochlic June […]
wood taken or cut from a burl.