from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A trademark used for a brand of spandex.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Trademark. A type of synthetic elastic fabric and fibre (spandex) used for tight-fitting garments, such as swimming costumes.
- n. Clothing made from such materials, especially with reference to cycling shorts.
- n. A tight-fitting garment made of Lycra.
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Informational article on Lycra 3D, a DuPont brand for hosiery garments that contain Lycra® in every course.
July 9th, 2009 at 12: 47 pm also: Lycra is a privilege, not a right.
And who might have jumped on this with the speed of a triathlete in Lycra shorts on a titanium framed racing bike?
And then there were the female athletes — literally thousands of them — strutting, shimmying, sashaying and jogging around the village, clad in Lycra and exposing yard upon yard of shiny, toned, rippling and unimaginably exotic flesh.
Leopard Black Gold Satin Lycra Sissy Thong Panties M 6
There are times when I think that Australia should truly be known as the Lycra Country.
Mushahwar said the underwear will be made out of a very thin, breathable, form-fitting material such as Lycra that doesn't crease.
Before starting a vintage girdle’s collection, please make sure that the vintage girdles are not made of the same material as the modern-day counterparts such as Lycra and spandex.
The multiple Olympic medallist and the serial stage-winner bury their hands in their Lycra and apply enough cream to stop any chafing.
• Wear the right clothes There's no need to cover yourself in Lycra to get a good workout, but you will definitely want to wear appropriate training gear.
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