How to use Bolero in a sentence

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  • It has a tulle underskirt, and you can buy a coordinating bolero if it is chilly.

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  • The modern oriental open waistcoat finds its fellow in the jacket or bolero from ancient Crete, and seems to have been distinctively Aegean.

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  • I hope they decide to do a follow up show and you and Mat will get to dance the bolero.

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  • I think we should be allowed to see you perform bolero, please can you some how arrange that for us true fans!

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  • A wonderful little English vintage bolero of cropped jacket in the softest black velour, dating to circa 1930.

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  • The yarn is so light that a little bolero cardigan is a perfect cover-up for Spring.

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  • A saucy bolero, elegant shawl, faux fur wrap or even a well placed neck scarf can conceal a plunging neckline or back to make a gown more modest.

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  • Long sleeves, or at least a long sleeved bolero jacket, are also good options for a chilly mountaintop wedding.

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  • If you feel like the sleeves might get warm during the reception dance, consider buying a strappy dress and a bolero jacket or shawl to cover your shoulders.

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  • Bolero jackets and suit jackets are available to add a sophisticated and elegant touch to dresses with strapless or tank style bodices.

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  • Consider wearing a light bolero jacket or pashmina wrap if the weather calls for it.

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  • Alternatives include a long scarf or a bolero.

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  • If a strapless gown is not the best option for your shape or you would feel more comfortable with sleeves, consider adding a wedding bolero jacket or buying a dress with a halter style neckline.

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  • Some of her more unforgettable flicks, which usually involve Derek in various states of undress, include Bolero and Tarzan, the Ape Man.

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  • The deluxe river cruise packages include sightseeing, tours, meals, and the wonderful Christmas markets courtesy of the river cruise boat the MS Bolero.

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  • You can't go wrong with a solid-colored dress with a moderate neckline and an elegant bolero jacket.

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  • And because the weather can be variable that time of year, a dress that includes a matching wrap, such as a bolero or cardigan, is ideal.

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  • Sleeveless shifts with sequined details look the dressy part and look cute with a bolero jacket worn on top; this is especially ideal if you're trying to conceal heavy arms.

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  • Rumba comes from a family of Latin dances originating in Spain with the Bolero.

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  • So many ballroom and partner dances have come from Latin America that the vast majority of the population is familiar with such Spanish-derived names as Bolero, Lambada, and Merengue.

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  • This genre includes elements of Spanish dances such as Flamenco and Bolero, as well as the courtship dances from the Renaissance.

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  • For nursing, add a bolero or shawl to cover up while in public.

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  • Or, of course, you can go in the opposite direction and opt for a jacket as short as a bolero, worn over a slim blouse or perhaps a camisole, as best suits you and the suit.

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  • Sheath dresses became more common, often topped with a cropped bolero jacket.

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  • Pull out your versatile little black dress and top it with a red velvet jacket or lacy gold bolero.

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  • To create this look, wear one of your own basic white shirts and purchase a festive bolero jacket from a party store.

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  • They can be fitted suits with a bolero jacket, or a simple serape and sombrero.

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  • In addition, Hannah Montana wears bolero jackets and other cropped layers that expose colorful tanks and tees.

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  • Rumba also gave birth to a few sub-genres of music, including bolero and danzon.

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  • The basic step is relatively easy - it's a "box step", with the follow mirroring the lead's steps exactly (unlike the Bolero, for example, which has different steps for the male or female basic step).

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