Definition of popsock in English:

popsock

Line breaks: pop|sock
Pronunciation: /ˈpɒpsɒk
 
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noun

A type of nylon stocking with an elasticated top, reaching to the wearer’s knee.
More example sentences
  • For something a little raunchier that still keeps with the trend, take inspiration from Brit designer Guvinda who teamed up blushing red Capri pants with a short matching jacket, fishnet popsocks and shiny high-heels.
  • Was that a yellow marigold poking out of her popsock?
  • But if feminism is mildly unfashionable, feminist texts are the literary equivalent of popsocks and short skirts.

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