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go-to-meeting

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Definition of go-to-meeting in English:

adjective

(also Sunday-go-to-meeting) dated (Of clothes) suitable for wearing to church.
Example sentences
  • There's always one more cold front designed to nail folks in frilly, thin, cotton Sunday-go-to-meeting clothes and it struck right on schedule yesterday sending us back down into the fifties by day and the forties by night.
  • He was attired in his dark Sunday-go-to-meeting suit, rather than his usual salt-and-pepper tweed.
  • All were dressed in their Sunday-go-to-meeting best except for my wife and me.

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