Garments

  • 1 garments — Synonyms and related words: apparel, attire, clothes, clothing, costume, dress, duds, garb, gear, habiliment, habit, livery, outfit, rags, raiment, rig, threads, togs, uniform, vestments, wardrobe …

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  • 2 garments — (Roget s IV) pl.n. Syn. dress, attire, apparel; see clothes …

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  • 3 garments — gar·ment || gÉ‘rmÉ™nt / gɑːm n. piece of clothing; outer covering …

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  • 4 garments — n. pl. Clothes, dress, habit. See garb …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 5 garments — n clothes, clothing, wear, outfit, dress, costume, uniform FORMAL attire, apparel COLLOQ. gear, togs, get up, garb …

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  • 6 Antistatic garments — Anti static clothing (garments) is required to prevent damage to electrical components or to prevent fires and explosions when working with flammable liquids and gases. If not controlled, electrostatic discharge can cause product damage to… …

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  • 7 Crocodile Garments — Type Retail Industry Garments Founded 1952 Headquarters …

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  • 8 Museum of Farnese Garments — Established December 1998 Location …

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  • 9 Christianity and fringed garments — Tzitzit (Hebrew: Biblical ציצת Modern ציצית) are fringes or tassels worn primarily by observant Jews on the corners of four cornered garments, including the tallit (prayer shawl). This practice is derived from commands found in the Biblical books …

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  • 10 National Garments Workers Federation — Die National Garments Workers Federation (NGWF) ist eine Gewerkschaft von Arbeitern der Bekleidungsindustrie in Bangladesh. Die Organisation gründete sich im Jahr 1984 und unterhält Büros in den vier Städten Dhaka, Chittagong, Savar und Tongi[1] …

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  • 11 rend one's garments (or hair) — tear one s clothes (or pull one s hair out) as a sign of extreme grief of distress. → rend …

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  • 12 East African garments — Kanga (also spelled khanga), kikoy (or kikoi) and kitenge (or chitenge) are similar decorative cotton cloth garments common in Eastern Africa. Description They are similar to sarongs, and are often worn by women wrapped around the chest or waist …

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  • 13 Bangladeshi garments — The economic status of Bangladesh is dependent on Agriculture since liberation. The country is most covered by country side and the fertility of lands has forced people’s dependability. Bangladesh id developing country where poverty is co exist… …

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  • 14 outer garments — /ˈaʊtə gamənts/ (say owtuh gahmuhnts) plural noun clothes worn over ordinary dress, as overcoats, capes, etc …

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  • 15 rend one's garments — tear one s clothes as a sign of extreme grief or distress …

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  • 16 winter clothing — garments worn during the winter …

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  • 17 delicates — garments made from delicate fabric. → delicate …

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  • 18 Invisibility —    Garments and rings producing invisibility are listed under Treasures …

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  • 19 dress — /dres/, n., adj., v., dressed or drest, dressing. n. 1. an outer garment for women and girls, consisting of bodice and skirt in one piece. 2. clothing; apparel; garb: The dress of the 18th century was colorful. 3. formal attire. 4. a particular… …

    Universalium

  • 20 PRIESTLY VESTMENTS — PRIESTLY VESTMENTS, the special garments that were worn by the priests during divine worship, as was customary in cultic services in the Ancient Near East and elsewhere (see e.g., II Kings 10:22). The priests are commanded to leave their priestly …

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