1. (of clothing) made in or consisting of three parts or pieces
    the standard three-piece business suit; jacket and trousers and vest
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  • A new furniture shop with a three-piece suite in uncut moquette in the window next to a cocktail cabinet shiny as toffee.
  • One day, the three-piece suite will stage a comeback. Times, Sunday Times
  • He's been wearing three-piece tweeds, looking both dandyish and ultra-modern. Fashion Highlights From 2011
  • We continued as a three-piece for another year until he decided he too needed to get away from it all.
  • This show, held in cavernous, candelabra-strewn space that had a whiff of ruined empire, had plenty of strong, practical pieces: impeccably cut overcoats, running the gamut from deepest navy and ashiest gray to the purest white with black trimming; three-piece suits tailored with Browne's signature off-kilter proportions, and a pair of gray corduroy pants strewn with white snowflakes. Article Feed
  • Now anglers can find many three-piece and four-piece baitcasting and spinning travel rods that are the equal of their unsegmented counterparts. Have Rod, Will Travel
  • Mostly into Indian wear, the designs here range from the popular three-piece salwar kameez to Indo-western styles and churidar kameez.
  • They won 4-1 and he duly made four three-piece suits. The Sun
  • Think of them as an investment; like a three-piece suite. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is like walking in and nicking the three-piece suite. Times, Sunday Times
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