Covering for the human body; dress; vestments; vesture; a general term for whatever covering is worn, or is made to be worn, for decency or comfort
Some Goth basics: Fat Bob jumper (a big black chunky-knit one a la Robert Smith from the Cure) Stretch black jeans for a close fit Pointy/shiny/stompy boots for going out in PVC for going out in Velvet for going out in Big black skirts for those no-clean-clothes days Fishnets, for both sexes- girls on the legs (NB this is a rough guide only), blokes on the arms or safety-pinned together as a top Band t-shirts and sweatshirts For skinny men, a little black dress, with or without stockings Long flowing coats, either in leather or trenchcoat-style fabric (See also Media, Trenchcoat Mafia)
clothing; all the cloth articles of personal and household use that can be washed
wearing apparel, as in: Wear your nicest business clothes for your interview for that job
Clothes are the things that people wear, such as shirts, coats, trousers, and dresses. Moira walked upstairs to change her clothes He dressed quickly in casual clothes. see also plain-clothes. the things that people wear to cover their body or keep warm
clothing in general; "she was refined in her choice of apparel"; "he always bought his clothes at the same store"; "fastidious about his dress"
'Look at his togs, Fagin!' said Charley, putting the light so close to his new jacket as nearly to set him on fire. 'Look at his togs! Superfine cloth, and the heavy swell cut! Oh, my eye, what a game! And his books, too! Nothing but a gentleman, Fagin!'.
Nor can the judicious reader be at a greater loss on account of Mrs Bridget Blifil, who, he may be assured, conducted herself through the whole season in which grief is to make its appearance on the outside of the body, with the strictest regard to all the rules of custom and decency, suiting the alterations of her countenance to the several alterations of her habit: for as this changed from weeds to black, from black to grey, from grey to white, so did her countenance change from dismal to sorrowful, from sorrowful to sad, and from sad to serious, till the day came in which she was allowed to return to her former serenity.
Underwear, linens; any garments worn beneath other clothing. Underwear may be for warmth, for protecting outer garments from body excretions, to alter the external appearance of the wearer, for security, etc
a fairy tale (=old children's story) by Hans Christian Andersen about an emperor who pays a lot of money for some new magic clothes which can only be seen by wise people. The clothes do not really exist, but the emperor does not admit he cannot see them, because he does not want to seem stupid. Everyone else pretends to see the clothes too, until a child shouts, "The Emperor has no clothes on!" The title is often used to describe a situation in which people are afraid to criticize something because everyone else seems to think it is good or important
Cloth is fabric which is made by weaving or knitting a substance such as cotton, wool, silk, or nylon. Cloth is used especially for making clothes. She began cleaning the wound with a piece of cloth. = fabric, material
artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers; "the fabric in the curtains was light and semitraqnsparent"; "woven cloth originated in Mesopotamia around 5000 BC"; "she measured off enough material for a dress"
A fabric made of fibrous material (or sometimes of wire, as in wire cloth); commonly, a woven fabric of cotton, woolen, or linen, adapted to be made into garments; specifically, woolen fabrics, as distinguished from all others
The principle covering for books: since the mid nineteenth century most publishers have issued books in cloth (original cloth); books which have been re-bound are described as being in binder's cloth or specifically, library cloth The cloth used may be linen, cotton or silk
Plain-clothes police officers wear ordinary clothes instead of a police uniform. He was arrested by plain-clothes detectives as he walked through the customs hall. in plain clothes: see plain uniformed. plain-clothes police are police who wear ordinary clothes so that they can work without being recognized
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