Definition of Costumey

1. Adjective. (slang of clothing) Overly elaborate, like a costume. ¹



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Definition of Costumey

1. of or pertaining to a costume [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Costumey

costumal
costume
costume designer
costume drama
costume dramas
costume jewellery
costume parties
costume party
costumed
costumeless
costumer
costumeries
costumers
costumery
costumes
costumey (current term)
costumier
costumiers
costuming
costus
costus oil
costuses
costusroot
cosubstrate
cosubstrates
cosupervise
cosupervised
cosupervises
cosupervising
cosuppression

Literary usage of Costumey

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1. Once a Week by Eneas Sweetland Dallas (1860)
"... too costumey. ' The fact was, he delighted more in the rich brown of old rags than he did in the bright colours of new lace and new cloth. ..."

2. Theodore Thomas, a Musical Autobiography by Theodore Thomas, George Putnam Upton (1905)
"Second Concert, July 18. Overture, "Ruy Blas," Mendelssohn; "Legends," Nos. 1, 2, and 3, Dvorak; " Bal CostumeY' Rubinstein; Prelude, "The Deluge," Saint- ..."

3. Home service; or, Scenes and characters from life, at out and headquarters by Benson Earle Hill (1839)
"... Lee found the " costumey" as he called it, and thus aided, we played to a house crammed to the ceiling. Where all did their best, it might appear ..."

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