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noun as in one-piece undergarment for legs

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Good options for that first layer of leggings include Under Armour’s Empowered Tights or the Fly Fast Printed Tights—both will keep you toasty without weighing you down.

Action Comics No.1 is the book that ushered in the golden age of superheroes in tights.

And I was living in New York, like '91 and '92, and I was wearing Doc Martens, black tights, and big baby doll dresses.

She was not cold, in her thin tights, from the breeze from the sea.

When Smallville premiered in October 2001, its creators had one rule: “no flights, no tights.”

The spread even goes as far to credit the brand of tights that its fictitious Sanmoa uses to hang herself with.

She had been properly dressed for the occasion in black tulle and black silk tights.

The worthy fellow evidently imagined that I was going to appear in tights before the lairds of Aberdeen.

The Nubian wore black tights and shirt, black slippers and a white skull cap and breech-clout.

On the benches six girls were lolling about, dressed in gaudy tights, and with them were three or four men.

In the middle of the street a strong man in pink tights was doing stunts with dumb-bells and the members of his family.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tights, such as: hosiery, pantyhose, hose, leggings, leotard, and nylons.

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