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Suits - synonyms or related words

body stocking

noun

a piece of tight clothing worn especially by dancers that covers your body from your neck to your feet

business suit

noun

a formal suit that someone wears for work

catsuit

noun

a piece of women’s clothing with long sleeves and legs that fits tightly over the body

jumpsuit

noun

a tight piece of clothing that covers the body and legs, and sometimes the arms

lounge suit

noun

British

formal

an ordinary man’s suit consisting of jacket and trousers

morning dress

noun

a man’s formal suit worn on formal occasions

morning suit

noun

a man’s formal suit worn on formal occasions

onesie

noun

a one-piece item of clothing made of soft material and covering the whole body. It is usually worn for sleeping or relaxing, especially by young people.

pantsuit

noun

American

a trouser suit

safari suit

noun

an informal suit made of light-coloured cloth, worn in hot weather

suit

noun

a set of clothes made from the same cloth, usually a jacket with trousers or a skirt

three-piece suit

noun

a set of clothes that consists of a jacket, trousers, and waistcoat made from the same cloth

trouser suit

noun

a pair of trousers with a jacket of the same material and style, worn by women

tux

noun

mainly American

informal

a tuxedo

tuxedo

noun

mainly American

a dinner suit

tweeds

noun

a suit made from tweed

zoot suit

noun

a suit worn in the 1940s that consisted of a long jacket with big shoulders and trousers that were loose at the top and narrow at the bottom

ruburb

an area in the countryside where there are both housing developments and farms, and many people travel to work in nearby cities

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