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Angora (often lower case) yarn or cloth made from either of these kinds of hair. Angora is used to make sweaters and other articles of clothing. [1/3 definitions]
apparel clothing.
apron a garment that covers all or part of the front of the body. An apron is worn to protect the clothing underneath.
array beautiful or fine clothing. [1/5 definitions]
attire clothing, especially fancy clothes. [1/2 definitions]
bare wearing no clothing or covering; naked. [1/5 definitions]
bead a small, round object made of material such as glass, wood, or plastic. A bead has a small hole through its center so it can be put on a string to make necklaces or to decorate clothing. [1/3 definitions]
beggar a person who begs as a way to meet basic needs such as food and clothing.
bib a piece of cloth tied under the chin. A bib is worn by babies to protect the clothing during a meal. [2 definitions]
blanket a thick piece of material used on a bed for warmth or worn as clothing. [1/3 definitions]
blouse a piece of clothing worn on the upper body, usually by women and girls. A blouse is similar to a shirt, but it may have more detailed sewing or more decoration, or it may be made of a fancier fabric such as satin or silk. A blouse is worn with either a skirt or pants.
brooch a piece of jewelry attached to clothing with a pin or clasp.
bundle up to dress in warm, thick clothing.
button a small round flat disk that fastens clothing by fitting through a slit or loop. [1/5 definitions]
buttonhole a small slit in a piece of clothing through which a button can be fastened. [1/2 definitions]
change to put on other clothing. [1/10 definitions]
chaps leather clothing worn over pants, especially by cowboys, to protect the legs while riding horseback.
cleaner (plural) a business that dry-cleans clothing. [1/2 definitions]
cleaning clothing that is taken to a dry-cleaning store instead of being washed at home.
clothe to put clothing on; dress.
clothes things worn on the body, such as pants, shirts, and dresses; clothing; garments.