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bloomer1 an outfit formerly worn by girls and women consisting of billowy trousers, gathered at the ankle and worn under a skirt and often with a jacket and wide-brimmed hat. [1/3 definitions]
circumvent to go around; skirt; bypass. [1/2 definitions]
crinoline a stiff petticoat worn under a full skirt to make it stand out. [2/3 definitions]
culottes women's pants made short and with wide legs so as to resemble a skirt.
dirndl a full, gathered skirt, or a dress with such a skirt, usu. in bright colors.
doublet a snug jacket, sometimes sleeveless and sometimes having a short skirt, worn by men during the Renaissance. [1/4 definitions]
dress a girl's or woman's one-piece garment consisting of a blouse connected to the waist of a skirt. [1/11 definitions]
farthingale a hoop worn by women in the sixteenth century to widen the skirt from the waist.
floor-length extending to the floor, as a skirt, dress, or robe; full-length.
hoop a circular support for a woman's old-fashioned full skirt. [1/7 definitions]
hoop skirt a long, full skirt, fashionable in the eighteenth century, that was made to bell out by hoops worn beneath.
kick pleat a double pleat with the edges folded toward each other, as at the bottom of a skirt.
kilt a knee-length, pleated, plaid wool skirt traditionally worn by Scottish men.
kirtle a long loose skirt or gown worn by women in the Middle Ages.
lavalava a printed cotton garment worn as a loin cloth or skirt in Polynesia, esp. by Samoans; pareu.
mini a very short skirt; miniskirt. [1/2 definitions]
miniskirt a very short skirt.
overskirt a skirt worn over another, often longer skirt.
placket a slit at the top of a blouse, skirt, or the like, that makes it easier to put on and take off.
princess of a dress, sewn from single panels extending from shoulder to hem, and having a close-fitting bodice, fitted waist, and flared skirt. [1/4 definitions]
sarong a skirt made by wrapping cloth around the lower body and tucking it firmly at the waist, worn by men and women in Malaysia and certain Pacific islands.