Definition of miniskirt in English:

miniskirt

Line breaks: mini|skirt
Pronunciation: /ˈmɪnɪskəːt
 
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noun

  • A very short skirt.
    More example sentences
    • As women have become more liberated, their clothing has become less restrictive: from corsets and petticoats to trousers, shorts and miniskirts; from full-length burqas to jilbabs to headscarves, then to bare heads.
    • The spring women's line features off-the-shoulder blouses, miniskirts and hipster trousers.
    • Then there were normal T-shirts and miniskirts and shorts and jeans and tops and strapless things, and a lot of jewellery.

Derivatives

miniskirted

adjective
More example sentences
  • Lever, by comparison, seems remarkably normal: miniskirted, slightly made up, anxiously clutching her A-level folders.
  • The world she evokes - of miniskirted Kabul schoolgirls and interesting Buddhist relics - has completely vanished.
  • Which makes astonishingly little sense, even ignoring the sex-discriminatory aspects, as the vast majority of shoppers are middle-aged women, who are unlikely to be seduced by the milky thighs of these miniskirted productistas.

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