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Gibson girl, The:

The incarnate American female beauty in the 1890s as portrayed by (and in a large measure created by) illustrator Charles Dana Gibson (1867-1944) in his many drawings for Life, Century, Harper's, Scribners, and Colliers Weekly . The New American Woman was typified as a tall, willowy creature with an hourglass figure , a huge mass of upswept, bouncy hair, and a permanent air of aristocratic calm.
See Also: B-G, babia majora, baby child, call flat, chickie, chiclet, cliner, coddy-moddy, corephallia, eirog, girleen, girlish, high postage, karena, pom-poms, ponce off, pony, pre-woman, red-assed, spinners, twirl, twist and twirl, unspoken language (of love), val, zimmer

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