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A type of ornamental skirt or underskirt, often displayed below a dress; chiefly in plural, designating a woman's skirts collectively
A woman's undercoat, worn to be displayed beneath an open gown
A tight, usually padded undercoat worn by men over a shirt and under the doublet
A light woman's undergarment worn under a dress or skirt, and hanging either from the shoulders or (now especially) from the waist; a kind of slip, worn to make the skirt fuller, or for extra warmth
{n} an under garment worn by women
{s} female, of or relating to women, controlled by women; feminine
separate skirt-like undergarment
Ancestor of the modern slip, the petticoat could be made of a variety of fabrics Since nylon wasn't invented yet, both linen and wool were common These were ankle-length and fastened at the waist with a drawstring or waistband Any number from one to seven could be worn depending on the social status of the individual
downward extension of the cap to cover the top of the tower against the weather
A woman “There's a petticoat will prove to be the cause of this ”- Hawley Smart: Struck Down, chap xi Petticoat Government Femalerule
Used to describe all skirts of an insulator, as in double petticoat
undergarment worn under a skirt
A woman “There's a petticoat will prove to be the cause of this ”- Hawley Smart: Struck Down, chap xi Petticoat Government Female rule
A womans garment worn under a skirt, a kind of slip, especially one that has ruffles or other adornment and may be worn to make the skirt fuller
A loose under-garment worn by women, and covering the body below the waist
{i} slip that is worn under a dress; underskirt, slip worn under a skirt; (USA) something that looks like a skirt (such as a valance); (Offending term) woman, girl
A petticoat is a piece of clothing like a thin skirt, which is worn under a skirt or dress. a piece of women's underwear like a thin skirt or dress that is worn under a skirt or dress = slip (petty + coat)
An underskirt usually a little shorter than outer clothing and often made with a ruffled, pleated, or lace edge
Petticoat Lane
a street in the East End of London, where a market is held every week on Sunday morning
petticoat government
government by women
petticoat narcissus
A small southwest European daffodil (Narcissus bulbocodium) having yellow flowers with narrow perianth segments and a longer corona
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plural of petticoat



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    /ˈpetēˌkōt/ /ˈpɛtiːˌkoʊt/


    [ 'pe-tE-"kOt ] (noun.) 15th century. From petty +‎ coat.

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