clothes

All Noun
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  • She said that when she grew up she wanted to design clothes.
  • His clothes were taken off, and he was placed on his back.
  • She returned the following day with food and clothes for some of the prisoners.
  • He orders clothes to be sent from the store and takes her to a party.
  • He wore his character's clothes home because most of them were his own.
  • It offers urban style clothes for men, women, and children around the world.
  • These women also engaged in the sale of newly produced and second hand clothes.
  • Young boys usually went without clothes except in cold weather.
  • The clothes he wore one day he did not wear again till three or four days later.
  • He is described as wearing adult clothes which are much too large for him.
  • His clothes turn white and his face appears with a type of war paint on it.
  • This would raise the apparent temperature so high that people could take off their clothes.
  • Unlike the boys, young girls did not go without clothes.
  • He then took off all his clothes and went to hand in his paperwork.
  • A search of the room he occupied showed that he had gone away wearing his every-day clothes. Cited from A Busy Year at the Old Squire's, by Charles Asbury Stephens
  • She arranged for food and clothing and with material she provided taught them how to make clothes.
  • Second to the body, a persons clothes were important to the Material Self as well.
  • Her hair changes style and color constantly, as do her clothes.
  • The dead man's body would be carefully prepared and dressed in his best clothes.
  • Most Soviet soldiers had proper winter clothes, but this was not the case with every unit.
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Root form of clothes is clothe for the verb.

Meaning of clothes

  • verb Cover as if with clothing
    the mountain was clothed in tropical trees