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noun as in border, edge

noun as in ladies' garment that hangs from waist

verb as in border; be on the edge

verb as in avoid; get around

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Example Sentences

This is also why insulated skirts are so great—and the longer, the warmer.

A full array of features—the helmet-compatible hood, a powder skirt, chest and hand pockets, two-way zippers, pit zips—kept us comfortable during long days riding lap after windy lap.

Eloquii Elements is available in sizes 14 through 28 and has debuted a ready to wear collection of fall essentials including sweaters, jumpsuits, dresses, skirts and more.

Companies such as Heim-Made have further expanded the market with down skirts for cold climates.

In the process, their motions twist the gas around them like swirling skirts.

Assad-affiliated Christian militias skirt around the territory of rival groups aligned with the YPG.

Traitz then claimed Cosby convinced her to get back in the car, took her to a shop to buy a new skirt, and that was that.

The coat, with fitted bodice, nipped-in waist, and full skirt, created a familiar silhouette for Kate.

Her old sister, Marianne, had showed up to her polling place wearing a black skirt, black top, and black heels.

On stage, Amber spoofed Sarah Palin in a topknot and librarian glasses, yanking a toy gun and stuffed moose from her skirt.

These form one of the many island groups that hang like a fringe or festoon on the skirt of the continent of Asia.

She was dressed in her brightest skirt and fairly shone with the abundance of cheap jewelry she wore.

He thrust one hand into his gold-coloured skirt, and produced a glass bottle full of some very cheap perfume from Europe.

She wore a dust-colored habit with divided skirt, and a soft felt hat and gloves of the same shade.

She seized her skirt drying before the fire and wrapped it around her bare shoulders as she ran through the outer door.


On this page you'll find 118 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to skirt, such as: hem, brim, brink, fringe, margin, and outskirts.

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