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striptease in Leisure topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstripteasestrip‧tease /ˈstrɪptiːz, ˌstrɪpˈtiːz/ noun [countable, uncountable]  APDLa performance in which someone takes off their clothes in a sexually exciting way
Examples from the Corpus
stripteaseOn the Saturday evening they were having a social and were to watch a striptease.A bawdy striptease at the Ed Sullivan Theater.But striptease is not a practice that can continue for ever, and nudity is not a good camouflage.His impromptu striptease took place while the band were making a £30,000 promo for the hit.Two seconds later this transpires into a hilariously raucous hen night at the local striptease.It is arguable that the theoretical trappings of semiology have nothing to do with the interpretations of striptease and wrestling.The men undress slowly throughout the film, which is in itself a sort of prolonged striptease.