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clothes US English

Items worn to cover the body

clothes US Thesaurus

his clothes are too big for him

clothe US English

Put clothes on (oneself or someone); dress

clothes horse US English

A frame on which washed clothes are hung to air indoors

clothes moth US English

A small, drab moth whose larvae feed on a range of animal fibers and can be destructive to clothing and other domestic textiles

plain clothes US English

Ordinary clothes rather than uniform, especially when worn as a disguise by police officers

plain clothes New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

clothes hanger US English

A coat hanger

street clothes US English

Clothes suitable for everyday wear in public

swaddling clothes US English

Narrow bands of cloth formerly wrapped around a newborn child to restrain its movements and quiet it

the emperor's new clothes US English

Used in reference to a situation in which people believe or pretend to believe in the worth or importance of something that is worthless, or fear to point out an obvious truth that is counter to prevailing opinion

bedclothes US English

Coverings for a bed, such as sheets and blankets

clothesline US English

A rope or wire on which washed clothes are hung to dry

clothespin US English

A wooden or plastic clip for securing clothes to a clothes line

clothes peg in clothespin US English

A wooden or plastic clip for securing clothes to a clothes line

nightclothes US English

Clothes worn to bed

common clothes moth in clothes moth US English

A small, drab moth whose larvae feed on a range of animal fibers and can be destructive to clothing and other domestic textiles

the emperor's new clothes in emperor US English

Used in reference to a situation in which people believe or pretend to believe in the worth or importance of something that is worthless, or fear to point out an obvious truth that is counter to prevailing opinion