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noun as in lightweight jacket

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Thompson is a practicing lawyer, not afraid of a leopard-print blazer.

From Time

My blazer and dress shoes felt like an old suit of armor in need of oiling.

There are expectations K Street’s offices will start opening soon, and, personally, I sent out dry-cleaning last week in the hopes I’ll need more than my go-to blazer for Zoom interviews.

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It is also necessary because Levine spent three hours sitting behind a table, wearing a patterned blazer, a string of pearls, eyeglasses and a graying haircut.

I buy blazers with three-quarter sleeves not because they’re stylish, but because they won’t require tailoring.

Get your own tailored tuxedo blazer to traipse around town in.

The sharply tailored blazer and weighty jewelry that cling to her body hints at the dominant personality she possesses.

Despite it being under the same roof as Vladimir Putin, a pink blazer is just a pink blazer.

A powder-blue blazer with a patch reading “All-Time All-American” hung in a clear plastic bag from the closet doorknob.

In the back of a limo, wearing a plaid blazer, Quast raises his drink and says with a wink, “you stay classy, Iowa.”

Blazer contingent has moved up closer; they pretend to recognise me as "Cousin Bill."

Do you see that orange-and-black striped blazer—there by the seaweed: he's pointing; that's Philip Lacey.

"It was my old school blazer," he told her in a gentle voice, not to interrupt too much the current of her thoughts.

In impatient haste he tossed out some old novels, caps, a blazer, a roll of moth-eaten bunting.

He was still wearing the blue blazer and khakis he wore on the days that he was consulting in Silicon Valley.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blazer, such as: coat, and jacket.

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