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twinset

Line breaks: twin|set
Pronunciation: /ˈtwɪnsɛt
 
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Definition of twinset in English:

noun

chiefly British
A woman’s matching cardigan and jumper.
Example sentences
  • Since Pringle's birth in 1815 the company has been synonymous with innovation, creating first contemporary knitted underwear for soldiers and a whole host of styles such as the cardigan and the twinset.
  • For smarter looks, little blouses, pleated skirts and twinsets are given a flapper flavour with cloches hats, pearls and dainty shoes.
  • Power-dressers in the 1980s added shoulder pads to their twinsets and the garment became the linchpin of conservative chic.

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