corset


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Synonyms for corset

Synonyms for corset

a woman's close-fitting foundation garment

References in classic literature ?
Clara, whisking a little pair of corsets out of sight with guilty haste.
and with a sudden gesture he plucked forth the offending corsets from under the sofa cushion, and held them out with the expression one would wear on beholding the thumbscrews or the rack of ancient times.
It is vain to argue the matter, and I won't try, but I wish to state, once for all, that if I ever see a pair of corsets near Rose, I'll put them in the fire, and you may send the bill to me.
As he spoke the corsets were on their way to destruction, but Mrs.
A standing joke in the two bureaus was the question whether he wore corsets, and bets depended on it.
When I expressed my horror at the poor creatures working immediately afterwards as though nothing had happened, the Man of Wrath informed me that they did not suffer because they had never worn corsets, nor had their mothers and grandmothers.
Think full skirts with lots of volume and a strapless, corset top.
The perils and pleasures of the corset are captivating a new fashion conscious audience, as Jane Hall reveals.
Corsets have been worn since ancient times and have always been a subject of cultural and medical debate, O'Followell writes in "Le Corset.
Corset Deal is an authentic corset store online specializing in overbust, underbust and waist training corsets for women in India.
There ares also pricier designs such as the purple corset at pounds 65.
Whether you're laced, hooked or zipped into it, the corset is the ultimate way to flatter your figure, both in and out of the bedroom.
Yet from mid-century onward the purpose and meaning of the corset generated heated debate among physicians, ministers, couturiers, feminist dress reformers, health and hygiene activists, and advocates of tight-lacing.