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apron a garment that covers all or part of the front of the body. An apron is worn to protect the clothing underneath.
baste1 to sew with long, loose stitches. Basting lets one put together the pieces of a garment to see how it fits before the final sewing.
bathing suit a garment worn for swimming.
bathrobe a loose garment worn before or after bathing, over pajamas, or for relaxing in the home.
cape1 a garment without sleeves that hangs loosely over the back and shoulders.
cloak a long, loose, outer garment without sleeves. [1/3 definitions]
coveralls a one-piece protective garment with trousers and sleeves, worn by workmen over clothing.
kimono a long, Japanese garment that has wide sleeves and a broad sash.
leotard a garment worn by dancers, gymnasts, and others. It is made of one piece and covers the body while it stretches to allow freedom of movement.
overalls a British word for a one-piece protective garment with trousers and sleeves, worn by workmen over clothing. Overalls often has the same meaning as the American word coveralls. [1/2 definitions]
sleeve the part of a shirt, dress, or other garment that covers all or part of the arm.
smock a loose, light jacket, coat, or other similar garment, that is worn over clothing to protect it from soil, paint, or damage.
swimming costume a British word for a garment worn for swimming. Swimming costume has the same meaning as bathing suit.
trousers a garment for the lower parts of the body from waist to ankle that covers each leg; pants; slacks.
tuck a flat fold or pleat sewed in place in a garment. [1/6 definitions]