- n a chemical compound used to remove paint or varnish
- n a worker who strips the stems from moistened tobacco leaves and binds the leaves together into books
- n a performer who provides erotic entertainment by undressing to music
- n an oil well whose production has declined to less than ten barrels a day
- The spectacle of one of the House's most revered elder statesmen cavorting onstage with a stripper sent shock waves through Congress, most especially members of Mills' own party.
- But no one questioned this year when he cast Jessica Alba, whose dad is Mexican American, as an Irish stripper in his film-noirish interpretation of the cult comic Sin City.
- Most often it is employed to generate vertigo, as when a trapeze artist dangles above a crowd, or when two men have a highball-to-highball confrontation with a swiveling stripper.
- Megan Fox in CBS News
Fox tells GQ magazine she went out of her way "to create a relationship with this girl, a stripper named Nikita."
- Kendra Wilkinson in The Gossip Girls (blog)
The former "Girls Next Door" hottie paid a visit to the "Today" show on Tuesday (July 6) and revealed that she was once a stripper, saying, "I wasn't a druggie stripper. I was a very good person doing it. [But] I was kind of still embarrassed about...
- Alicia Keys in Forbes
She said It sounds like you're a stripper,'Keys said.