chemise

  1. a woman's sleeveless undergarment
  2. a loose-fitting dress hanging straight from the shoulders without a waist

chemise

[n] - a woman`s sleeveless undergarment 2. [n] - a loose-fitting dress hanging straight from the shoulders without a waist
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Chemise

Che·mise' noun [ French, shirt, from Late Latin camisa , camisia , shirt, thin dress; confer German hemd , or OIr. caimmse sort of garment. Confer Camis .] 1. A shift, or undergarment, worn by women. 2. A wall that lines the face of a bank or earth...
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chemise

A square of gauze fastened to a catheter passed through its centre; used to retain a tampon packed around the catheter inserted into a wound, such as that resulting from a perineal section. ... Origin: Fr. Shirt ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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chemise

sack 1 shift noun a loose-fitting dress hanging straight from the shoulders without a waist
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chemise

shift 1 slip noun a woman`s sleeveless undergarment
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Chemise

• (n.) A wall that lines the face of a bank or earthwork. • (n.) A shift, or undergarment, worn by women.
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chemise

Type: Term Pronunciation: shem-ēz′ Definitions: 1. A square of gauze fastened to a catheter passed through its center; used to retain a tampon packed around the catheter inserted into a wound, such as that resulting from a perineal resection.
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chemise

Simply a straight unbelted dress with varying sleeves and length.
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Chemise

A chemise is a woman's loose-fitting under-garment or dress worn hanging from the shoulders.
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chemise

a garment for the upper body; especially a woman's loose-fitting undergarment or dress hanging straight from the shoulders. Often spelt 'chemize' in the Claims.
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Chemise

[wall] In medieval castles the chemise (French: `shirt`) was typically a low wall encircling the keep, protecting the base of the tower. Alternative terms, more commonly used in English, are mantlet wall or apron wall. In some cases, the keep could only be entered from the chemise (i.e. at the first floor level). Numerous examples exist of ...
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Chemise

The term chemise or shift can refer to the classic smock, or else can refer to certain modern types of women`s undergarments and dresses. In the classical use it is a simple garment worn next to the skin to protect clothing from sweat and body oils, the precursor to the modern shirts commonly worn in Western nations. ==Etymology== Chemise is a Fr....
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