bloomers


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Synonyms for bloomers

underpants worn by women

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Basically, the recession finally caught up with us," said Glenda Bloomer, the longtime owner of the nursery who retired recently.
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While the Commodores were able to begin practice earlier than the Bloomers, the weather was an impediment during the first two weeks of April for both teams, and hosting exhibition games was difficult.
Liz, 43, laughed off her bloomer at upmarket Bloomingdale's store in New York, gently patting down the front of her frock and continuing her speech.
Then, display the two artists' drawings: one of Bloomer herself and the other of a woman in bloomers (Figures 2 and 3).
Or send cheques/postal orders, payable to Eastfields, to: People Bloomers Offer, Eastfields Nursery, Rookery Farm, Holbeach St Johns, Spalding PE12 8SG, clearly stating name and address.
These least-planted geraniums suffer the fate of many seasonal bloomers.
Bessie was wearing red flannel bloomers and was strutting around like a peacock.
TV veteran Terry Wogan has quit as presenter of BBC show Auntie's Bloomers after 10 years fronting the successful clip show.
There are late bloomers, and then there are late bloomers.
Because the outfit evoked derision, she abandoned it, but not before bloomers gathered higher on the leg were found suitable for women's gymnastics.
with the unveiling of three new stores -- Sole Mates, the Twin Cities first bridal shoe store; Buds & Bloomers Floral, an innovative floral shop with a forte in weddings; and Tuxedos by Gingiss, Minnesota's leading distributor of designer men's formalwear.
Rio Tinto Lynemouth Smelter is using its Community Fund to help volunteers at Bloomers Garden Club.
His father was a puddler, and there were Bloomers still active in the Black Country iron trade as late as the 1990s.