bloomers

[n] - (usually in the plural) underpants worn by women
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bloomers

pants 1 drawers 1 knickers noun underpants worn by women; `she was afraid that her bloomers might have been showing`
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bloomers

lower part of a `rational dress` for women advocated by Amelia Jenks Bloomer (q.v.) in 1850. The entire costume consisted of a short jacket, a skirt ... [4 related articles]
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Bloomers

An old fashioned form of feminine underwear consisting of loose fitting trousers or shorts, often with elastic waist and cuffs.
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Bloomers

Bloomers were originally full-length Turkish pantaloons, gathered in above the ankles and at the waist, worn under a skirt, forming part of the Bloomer Costume developed by Amelia Bloomer. Bloomers developed over the years becoming trousers or culottes with a very full, voluminous legs, gathered around the waist and into a band at the ends of the l...
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Bloomers

Bloomers is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Bloomers

[clothing] Bloomers are divided women`s garments for the lower body. ==Fashion bloomers (skirted)== Also called the `Turkish dress`, `American dress`, or simply `reform dress`, bloomers were an innovation of readers of the Water-Cure Journal, a popular health periodical that in October 1849 began urging women to develop a style of dress tha...
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