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ABC soil a soil made up of three distinct layers, the A or top layer being humus and organic matter, the B layer being clay and oxidized material, and the C layer being loose rock and mineral materials.
ao dai (Vietnamese) the costume traditionally worn by women in Vietnam, having loose-fitting trousers and a long tunic.
baby doll a pajama set consisting of a short, loose-fitting nightgown, often decorated with ribbons, lace, or ruffles, and a matching panty. [2/3 definitions]
baggy hanging or bulging in loose folds; puffed out; baglike.
baste1 to sew temporarily with long, loose stitches, as in temporarily assembling the pieces of a garment prior to final sewing.
basting the long loose stitches or the thread used to baste. [1/2 definitions]
bathrobe a loose garment worn before or after bathing, over nightwear, or casually in the home.
bed jacket a woman's loose garment designed to be worn over a nightgown while sitting up in bed.
Bibb lettuce a variety of lettuce with a small round head of loose, tender, dark green leaves.
binder a large, sturdy notebook cover that contains a device for holding loose papers. [2/4 definitions]
bloomer1 (pl.) a pair of loose, knee-length trousers formerly worn by girls and women as athletic wear. [1/3 definitions]
bosom to swell out, as a piece of loose clothing. [1/7 definitions]
boxer shorts men's briefs with an elastic waistband and a loose full cut, similar to that of boxer's trunks.
bunting1 a light, loose wool or cotton fabric often used to make flags. [1/3 definitions]
burka a long, loose garment that covers the face and body, worn in public by many Muslim women with a space left open for the eyes and typically covered by a mesh screen. [1/2 definitions]
caftan a loose, full-length garment with long sleeves and a sash tied at the waist, worn esp. in countries of the Middle East.
calcine to heat or become heated so as to oxidize, remove moisture, or reduce to a loose, ashy state, but not so as to melt; reduce to calx.
calve of a glacier or iceberg, to cause (a mass of ice) to break loose. [1/4 definitions]
cape1 a sleeveless, loose-fitting garment that fastens at the neck and hangs loosely from the shoulders.
carmagnole the costume worn by the revolutionaries, consisting of a short loose jacket with wide lapels, black pants, a red cap, and a tricolored girdle, or the jacket alone. [1/2 definitions]
chasuble a loose, sleeveless garment worn by a priest over other clothing during Mass.