Definition of Article of clothing
1. Noun. A covering designed to be worn on a person's body.
Specialized synonyms: Accessory, Accouterment, Accoutrement, Apparel, Clothes, Dress, Wearing Apparel, Array, Raiment, Regalia, Attire, Dress, Garb, Beachwear, Black, Blue, Change, Civilian Clothing, Civilian Dress, Civilian Garb, Plain Clothes, Drag, Footwear, Garment, Gray, Grey, Hand Wear, Handwear, Headdress, Headgear, Knitwear, Leisure Wear, Loungewear, Man's Clothing, Neckpiece, Nightclothes, Nightwear, Sleepwear, Outerwear, Overclothes, Protective Garment, Ready-to-wear, Slip-on, Slops, Street Clothes, Tailor-made, Duds, Threads, Togs, Uniform, Vestiture, Woman's Clothing, Work-clothes, Work-clothing
Generic synonyms: Consumer Goods, Covering
Terms within: Wardrobe
Derivative terms: Clothe, Vest, Vestiary, Vesture, Wear, Wear, Wear
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Literary usage of Article of clothing
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1. The Industrial Resources, Etc., of the Southern and Western States by James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow (1852)
"Linen was, in fact, the staple article of clothing among all classes of the Egyptians, from the laborer to the monarch and the priest. ..."
2. Public Papers of George Clinton, First Governor of New York, 1777-1795, 1801 by George Clinton, New York (State). Governor, 1801-1804 (George Clinton), Hugh Hastings, James Austin Holden, New York (State). State Historian (1904)
"That no article of clothing be issued by the Clothier General his deputies or assistants but by return and certificates made and approved as aforesaid. ..."
3. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"The well-to-do were appealed to officially through the press to deliver up every article of clothing and footwear which they possibly could spare. ..."
4. A Manual of School Hygiene by Edward William Hope, Edgar Athelstane Browne (1901)
"The non-conducting character of wool makes it warmer as an article of clothing. It should always be worn next the skin, but it is needless to point out that ..."