1. a low-cut neckline on a woman's dress
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How To Use decolletage In A Sentence

  • The black taffeta silk ballgown was strapless and backless with a plunging, gravity-defying decolletage.
  • Now, Haffy, my potentate of passion," his lovely wife Karina said, laying a scrumptiously plump beringed hand upon his chest while regarding him from her large and lovely eyes made deepest purple by art and by proximity to the priceless catseye chrysoberyl jewels she bore in abundance upon her shell-like ears, her delicate wrists, and her delicious decolletage. First Warning
  • The whole of her décolletage now looked as though it was covered in bruises. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY
  • Passing by a tall mirror that was framed in gold, Kathleen cast herself a glance: her décolletage was low as usual, and the wings of Renowyn could be seen peaking out from the low opening of her gown.
  • Her décolletage had slipped somewhat, revealing additional rondure. Stork Naked
  • She pretended to be riveted by the alignment of the deep V of her décolletage. AFTER ALL THESE YEARS
  • If showing the decolletage she sheaths her legs in a long dress - in other words, Lively knows when too much is too much. Roger Stone: StoneZone's 2011 Best and Worst Dressed
  • Off are the felted wool cloaks and headscarves, and on are gossamer skirts, tulle petticoats, lace bordering, sweeping décolletages, silk bows, and the rest of fripperiedom.
  • As snow descends upon our fair city and temperatures plunge lower than a cabaret singer's décolletage, our theatres, concert hall, dance studios, and clubs are hot with the fire of creativity.
  • Goitre was most noticeable in portraits from the 18th century, when décolletage was fashionable.
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