Synonyms for corset

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Not a food, corset, or collar which has not its artist working for it!

So Lydia sank upon the zone left by the corset and stockings.

The waist belt enforces the evils which the corset and skirts inaugurate.

To this corset may be fixed two or three bands of silver coins.

This is often caused by the pressure of corset and skirts upon the waist.

It is usually made in night dresses, drawers, corset covers, etc.

Unfasten every article of clothing; dress, corset, skirt-bands, everything.

Says Corder, struggling with his pack, “Bann, will you help me into my corset.”

The main and most useful portion of the corset was a zone, or loin band.

In the other her sister performed the office of mantua and corset maker.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1300, "kind of laced bodice," from Old French corset (13c.) "bodice, tunic," diminutive of cors "body" (see corps). Meaning "stiff supporting and constricting undergarment" is from 1795.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CORSET

foundation garment

nounundergarment shaping figure
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