petticoat

An underskirt usually a little shorter than outer clothing and often made with a ruffled, pleated, or lace edge.
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petticoat

[n] - undergarment worn under a skirt
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Petticoat

Pet'ti·coat noun (Zoology) [ Petty + coat .] A loose under-garment worn by women, and covering the body below the waist. Petticoat government , government by women, whether in politics or domestic affairs. [ Colloq.] -- Petticoat pipe (Locomotives)
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petticoat

half-slip noun undergarment worn under a skirt
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Petticoat

• (n.) A loose under-garment worn by women, and covering the body below the waist.
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petticoat

in modern usage, an underskirt worn by women. The petycote (probably derived from the Old French petite cote, `little coat`) appeared in literature ... [3 related articles]
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petticoat

An underskirt usually a little shorter than outer clothing and often made with a ruffled, pleated, or lace edge.
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Petticoat

Petticoat was old slang for a woman.
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Petticoat

A petticoat is a woman's undergarment consisting of a skirt which is intended to be seen - distinguishing it from a slip or half slip which is not intended to be seen.
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petticoat

full skirt worn by women as an undergarment.
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Petticoat

A petticoat or underskirt is an article of clothing for women; specifically an undergarment to be worn under a skirt or a dress. The petticoat is a separate garment hanging from the waist (unlike the chemise). In historical contexts (sixteenth to mid-nineteenth centuries), petticoat refers to any separate skirt worn with a gown, bedgown, bodice or...
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