lingerie

[ lahn-zhuh-rey, lan-zhuh-ree, -juh-; French lanzhuh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF lingerie
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Beneath it was lingerie of the kind which, it is said, may be drawn through a ring.

The lingerie was of the best, and the seamstress was engaged on it for many weeks.

There were boxes of gloves, boxes of silk stockings, dainty bundles of lingerie.

French lingerie is the sign and symbol of French femininity.

The letter wandered on into a maze of lingerie and millinery and silk petticoats.

Poetically it may be described as between the lard and the lingerie.

On lingerie pieces the edge is not cut until after the first laundering.

It was also too low, so that when I had got it all hooked about four inches of my lingerie showed.

The student heard a little rustling of lingerie that slid to the floor.

You will wear out your—lingerie, and I will have to mend them.

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