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corset

noun as in girdle

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Set in a fantastical Victorian world, filled with gas lamps, corsets and monsters, you play as survivors of a magical disaster.

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After wearing a crystal corset and crown as homecoming queen and graduating from high school, she went on to earn an associate degree in applied sciences with a certificate in cosmetology this summer.

While trends for the spring have widely consisted of corsets, plaid prints, and tie dye, summer trends are hitting a different note, and according to social media, stylish mesh heels are up next.

I can tell she is eager to leave Orchard Corset Center to get home and prepare a meal, and herself, for the holiday.

I wouldn't be surprised if celebs reached out to Orchard Corset Center.

The Yelp reviews attest to the diverse crowd that frequents Orchard Corset Center.

Of course, it took the legitimization of the ultra sexy corset for women to decide to abandon it.

Some of the modern day corsets claim to be made with the input of orthopedic surgeons, such as the Ardyss Corset Golden.

The queen put the letter in the hollow of her corset, resolving to burn it as soon as she was alone.

And as for that Yankee ornithologist, he's hung himself with the Countess's corset—string—yes, he has!

A French corset-maker appeared on the scene, and a famous vender of cosmetics.

She began work in Philadelphia in a commission house as a saleswoman and corset fitter.

In New York, the sister of fifteen found employment in running ribbons into corset covers, earning from $1 to $1.50 a week.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to corset, such as: bodice, underwear, corselet, stays, support, and foundation garment.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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