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low-cut

adjective as in plunging

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The sheer numbers of low-cut V-neck T-shirts on sale shows that men today also want to display themselves.

She wore a low-cut pink dress and bangle bracelets up both arms, her hair properly poufed.

The woman in the group, dressed in a low-cut shirt, briefly worried if she should cover up.

Someone in your office may bring objectification to themselves by simply wearing a low-cut dress.

Is it any different than when we create an atmosphere for us to be judged and scrutinized when we wear a low-cut dress?

They were both in low-cut frocks, and had come out without any wraps.

And yet if we had been that low-cut lady we would certainly have given that interfering and priggish little youngster a walloping.

"I once heard one of the most famous reform workers of this city explain why she gave up low-cut gowns," writes Dr. Straton.

She put on a very low-cut evening gown, that showed as much as possible of her still lovely figure.

She pointed to the triangle of bare flesh visible at the throat of her low cut dress.

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On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to low-cut, such as: revealing, décolleté, deep-cut, low-neck, low-necked, and low-hanging.

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

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