Definition of unitard in English:

unitard

Syllabification: u·ni·tard
Pronunciation: /ˈyo͞onəˌtärd
 
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noun

A tight-fitting one-piece garment of stretchable fabric that covers the body from the neck to the knees or feet.
More example sentences
  • Obviously it's a step beyond as these people tend to wear full skin-toned body stockings, unitards and whatever in addition to the masks.
  • As for the women, they all had hair piled high on their head like a bouffant crown or frame and bodies bound under fishnet unitards and undersized brassieres.
  • Everything from the thunderous Wagnerian music to the performers' skin-tight unitards and birdlike headdresses reinforces the show's sleek, aerial character.

Origin

1960s: from uni- 'single' + leotard.

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