Definition of


  1. (noun, person) a woman employed by a bar to act as a companion to men customers

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Synonyms of B-girl

bar girl

Alternate forms of B-girl

Hypernyms: adult female, woman

Origin of the word B-girl

  1. 1936, abbreviation of bar girl, U.S. slang for a woman paid to encourage customers at a bar to buy her drinks. more

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Words that sound like B-girl

becquerel, beggarly, bugger all

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