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ready-to-wear

noun as in dry goods

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noun as in wash-and-wear

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Example Sentences

He put them in glamorous gowns, yes, but also encouraged them to buy trendier ready-to-wear labels off the rack.

Mr. Fournié is poised to debut his first ready-to-wear collection in December.

“It is not as big as perfumes, but it is bigger than ready-to-wear,” he added.

Giambattista Valli Launches Second Ready-to-Wear Line: As if Giambattista Valli didn't have enough on his plate.

In October 2007, Hourani launched his first ready-to-wear unisex line, RAD by Rad Hourani, at a small art gallery in Paris.

There was but one store in Elberon, the nearest town, where 42 ready-to-wear garments were sold.

He may, if such is his inclination,—as I am sure it would have been Adam's,—get his new suit all finished and ready-to-wear.

Some of them specialize in certain things, like ready-to-wear clothing, but most of them carry a little of everything.

Mr. Secord is the new buyer of the ladies' ready-to-wear, and successor to Mr. Woodman.

Toward noon Kit, in a "ready-to-wear" looking costume, knocked at Clo's door.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ready-to-wear, such as: soft goods, and textiles.

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

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