tuxedo[ tuhk-see-doh ]SEE DEFINITION OF tuxedo
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The Pote finished his dishwashing and joined us, pulling on an old Tuxedo jacket.
You surely do not intend to wear your tuxedo and a black tie.
Tom tied a black bow around his collar and put on his tuxedo.
Ross had donned a Tuxedo and pinned a tiny, pink rose in his buttonhole.
Suppose you have had one of your old coats transformed into a Tuxedo.
Remember that a Tuxedo dinner coat has not to be of a certain material.
He was dressed in blue flannel vest and trousers and a Tuxedo coat.
He wore the finest Tuxedo coat that could be hired on the East Side.
That's the man up above—with the white hands and the tuxedo coat.
Sack or Tuxedo Coat—2 yards, 32 inch or 1½ yards, 54 inches wide.
man's evening dress for semiformal occasions, 1889, named for Tuxedo Park, N.Y., site of a country club where it first was worn in 1886. The name is an attractive subject for elaborate speculation, e.g.:
But in another version of the story, p'tuksit was the Algonquian word for "wolf," the animal, perhaps from the shape of its paws. The authoritative Bright, however, says the tribe's name probably is originally a place name, perhaps Munsee Delaware (Algonquian) p'tuck-sepo "crooked river." Short form tux is attested from 1922.