Definition of Decolletes
1. decollete [n] - See also: decollete
Lexicographical Neighbors of Decolletes
Literary usage of Decolletes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Miscellanies by William Makepeace Thackeray (1877)
"It waa for this moment that Madame Paturot had bssn in waiting. bile had indulged herself in a look so re* markably decolletes that she hoped at least to ..."
2. The Popular Theatre by George Jean Nathan (1918)
"... more emphatic the artless- ness and naivete that lie underneath the gaudy pink and purple satins and amazing decolletes and other such manifestations of ..."
3. The Polish Peasant in Europe and America; Monograph of an Immigrant Group by William Isaac Thomas, Florian Znaniecki (1919)
"As to the ladies, they were very elegantly dressed and had enormous decolletes. After an hour 1 This dance marks the culminating point of ..."
4. The Theatre, the Drama, the Girls by George Jean Nathan (1921)
"... resplendent in venerable "Second Mrs. Tanqueray" dress suits and erstwhile "Lady Windermere" decolletes, are 1 Written while the performance was on. ..."
5. Lady Baltimore by Owen Wister (1906)
"... and lips that you saw he wasn't made entirely of brass and iron, that champagne and shoulders decolletes received a punctual share of his valuable time. ..."
6. Italy Today by Bolton King, Thomas Okey (1901)
"... writes with a breezy rhetoric, a mordant sarcasm, a playful humour, that either shock or delight the reader. The poems are more shamelessly decolletes ..."