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apostrophe1 this mark used to show possession. "Susan's clothes" and "citizens' rights" use apostrophes this way. [1/3 definitions]
attire to dress up in fancy clothes. [2 definitions]
closet a small room for storing things such as clothes or supplies.
clothespin a clip or forked peg of wood or plastic, used to hold clothes on a line for drying.
clothing things worn to cover the body; clothes.
clown an actor who wears odd clothes and makeup to make people laugh. Clowns act out jokes and do tricks in circuses, at parties, and at other events. [1/3 definitions]
dress to put clothes on oneself. [1/7 definitions]
dress up to dress in fancy or formal clothes.
dry-cleaning a method of cleaning clothes that uses liquid chemicals instead of water.
dungaree (plural) a British word for loose-fitting, heavy trousers with a bib that covers the chest, often worn over clothes for protection from soiling. This meaning of dungarees has a meaning similar to the American word overalls. [1/3 definitions]
fashion the style of clothes or way of acting that is popular. [1/3 definitions]
gear any equipment, clothes, or tools used for some particular purpose. [1/4 definitions]
habit clothes worn for a specific purpose or role. [1/3 definitions]
hanger a frame with a hook at the top, made of wire, wood, or plastic, and shaped so that one may hang clothes over it. [1/2 definitions]
khaki a sturdy cloth of this color, used for military uniforms and work clothes. [1/3 definitions]
laundrette a British word for a place where you can pay to use washing machines and clothes dryers. Laundrette has the same meaning as laundry and Laundromat.
Laundromat (trademark) a place where people pay to use washing machines and clothes dryers.
laundry room a room in a home or institution where clothes and linens are washed and usually dried.
locker room a room containing lockers for storing clothes and equipment and often used for changing clothes, as at a gymnasium or pool.
moth an insect called the clothes moth. It lays its eggs in wool or other fabric or fur. When the eggs hatch, the larvae feed on the fabric and damage it. [1/2 definitions]
nude not wearing clothes. [1/3 definitions]