corset definition

  • noun:
    • A close-fitting undergarment, usually reinforced by remains, used to support and shape the waist, sides, and breasts.
    • A medieval external garment, specially a laced coat or bodice.
    • a female's basis garment, reinforced with stays, that supports the waist, sides and bust.
    • at the center years, a gown or basque that your body had been close-fitting, worn by both women and men.
    • A close-fitting undergarment, often strengthened by remains, used to support and contour the waistline, hips, and tits.
    • An article of dress inclosing the chest and waist worn (mainly by females) to guide your body or even modify its form; stays.
    • A medieval outer garment, specially a laced coat or bodice.
    • at the center centuries, a close-fitting body-garment.
    • A woman's foundation apparel, strengthened with remains, that aids the waistline, sides and bust.
    • an equivalent garment stuffed and quilted to make a garment of fence; a bit of armor, much like the gambeson, donned by crossbowmen and foot-soldiers about 1475.
    • A-shaped, close-fitting human body or waistline, usually made of quilted satin jean, stiffened by pieces of metal or whalebone, and thus designed on admit of tightening by lacing, worn mainly by ladies to provide shape and assistance towards figure; stays. Often in plural, corsets.
    • at the center Ages, a gown or basque of which the body ended up being close fitting, donned by men and women.
    • a woman's close-fitting foundation garment
    • articles of gown inclosing the upper body and waistline worn (mainly by females) to aid the body or even modify its form; stays.
    • at the center centuries, a close-fitting body-garment.
    • an equivalent garment stuffed and quilted to make a garment of fence; an item of armor, just like the gambeson, worn by crossbowmen and foot-soldiers about 1475.
    • A shaped, close-fitting human body or waistline, usually made of quilted satin jean, stiffened by strips of metal or whalebone, and thus designed regarding acknowledge of tightening by lacing, used chiefly by women to provide shape and help on figure; stays. Usually in plural, corsets.
    • a female's close-fitting foundation garment
  • verb-transitive:
    • To enclose in or as if in a corset.
    • To inclose in corsets.
    • To enclose in or as though in a corset.
    • To inclose in corsets.
  • verb:
    • To enclose in a corset; to wear a corset.
    • To restrict or confine.
    • To enclose in a corset; to wear a corset.
    • To limit or limit.
    • gown with a corset
    • gown with a corset
  • others:
    • To inclose in a corset.
    • To inclose in a corset.

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