jumpsuit

[ UK /d‍ʒˈʌmpsuːt/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒəmpˌsut/ ]
NOUN
  1. one-piece garment fashioned after a parachutist's uniform
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How To Use jumpsuit In A Sentence

  • They've got these almost like paper, or some kind of jumpsuits on, their heads covered. CNN Transcript Jul 29, 2005
  • Another option is the boilersuit — the casual version of a jumpsuit. Times, Sunday Times
  • He zipped up the black jumpsuit and gathered up as much ammo as he could carry.
  • Her hair was brushed and gleaming, her white jumpsuit had been exchanged for a pair of trousers and a huge coat, both in dark blue.
  • Toss in a few bowling trophies, dudes in bathrobes and women wearing Valkyrie horns, red pageboy cuts, and tight-fitting purple jumpsuits and hairnets, and you might have a sense of this homage to the 1998 Coen brothers' cult comedy, "The Big Lebowski. Paying Homage to the Dude
  • My first piece was a blue denim jumpsuit with studs on the waistband. Times, Sunday Times
  • Stick her in a white jumpsuit with glossy, sparkly, pale heels. Times, Sunday Times
  • The place feels like the set of an early James Bond movie, with men in jumpsuits driving little electric vans from one brightly lit cavern to another. Excerpt: Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser
  • A jumpsuit is a good bet if you want to look smart but fashionable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then I need to put together the jumpsuit which is really a Raggedy Andy pattern and transform it into Fat Elvis. Crafty
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