[ US /ˈnaɪˌɫɑnz/ ]
[ UK /nˈa‍ɪlɒnz/ ]
  1. women's stockings made from a sheer material (nylon or rayon or silk)
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How To Use nylons In A Sentence

  • Forgotten Items = 4 slip, toeless nylons, eye-drops, disposable razor BookExpo America 2009: 2-Day Fly By Report, or One Author Amongst the Madness
  • The Stashower brothers came to Canada from Poland in 1952, and Harry began the business selling pantyhose and nylons out of his house.
  • No money changed hands, but, when it was over, the market trader handed her a pair of nylons as she wept.
  • On Anya's birthday, when she wore that red suit and knee socks and those nylons and sandals, I just couldn't stand it.
  • Pulse fluttering like a wild thing in her veins, at her temples, Shannon resumes walking, her shoes still in her hands, road grit peppering the soles of her feet, her nylons. Etched in Bone
  • This woman wore seamed nylons and kept smoothing her skirt.
  • Point and Cuban were the two main heel types in the heyday of fully fashioned nylons.
  • Stella's legs were bare, nylons not yet having come her way. COFFIN ON THE WATER
  • There was not a single day that I did not ask the High Command how many tons of candies, cookies, or chocolate had been sent to the soldiers, how were the soldiers doing, what kind of nylons [as heard] they had, how were they sleeping, what kind of mattresses they had, what kind of food they ate. Castro Addresses State Council on Drug Trial
  • She would recount how it was possible to buy anything - from meat, chocolate, cigarettes and the obligatory ‘nylons’ - from the spivs and black market racketeers.
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