Definition of waspie in English:

waspie

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Pronunciation: /ˈwɒspi
 
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noun (plural waspies)

A woman’s corset or belt designed to accentuate a slender waist.
More example sentences
  • Yes, the Freudian unconscious was filled with girls in waspies and stockings doing wicked things!
  • Laure said she thought what I wanted was probably a waspie.
  • Wear them with a leather waspie for extra hourglass appeal.

Origin

1950s: diminutive of wasp from wasp waist.

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