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Definition of kick-pleat in English:


An inverted pleat in a narrow skirt to allow freedom of movement.
Example sentences
  • ‘If a dancer is wearing a kick-pleat skirt and she can't do my step,’ he said, ‘I've got to change the step.’
  • Does anyone know how to make kick-pleats on the back of a pirate coat?

Words that rhyme with kick-pleat

paraclete • obsolete

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