Definitions

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  • adj. Wearing a bodice.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Wearing a bodice.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Clothed in a bodice; furnished with a bodice.

Etymologies

bodice +‎ -ed (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • PETA Ms. Gyzander got her start designing outfits of food with this asparagus-bodiced evening gown for a PETA ad featuring actress Alyssa Milano.

    On the Runway or the Menu?

  • She is now in rehearsal for a revival of David Hirson's 1991 play La Bête, in which she plays a princess in 17th-century France, fully bodiced and bewigged.

    Joanna Lumley in La Bête

  • The secret, it turned out, was to wear the chemise and bodiced petticoat slightly off-the shoulder.

    Wiscon Day T-minus One.

  • One with the chemise, short stays, bodiced petticoat, and the dress.

    The importance of underpinnings in creating a period silhouette

  • Goth people I don't keep up with the complete works of Jhonen Vasquez, so I can never tell if the bodiced, pale ladies and gentlemen in their tights and high heels are supposed to be portraying a character, or if they're just letting their black-lace freak flag fly free.

    Condemning Comic-Con Costumes

  • He did not appeal to this bodiced functionary in the same pleasant way.

    Sister Carrie

  • She wore a bodiced petticoat of pink flannelette, which hardly reached her knees.

    The Trespasser

  • Alanna's eyes shone too, but very likely with anger, and now and then her hands quivered slightly, gripping the skirts of her yellow-bodiced blue silk dress; it looked as if she had slept in it.

    Lord of Chaos

  • Egwene struggled a little with the snug-bodiced Accepted's dress that had been found for her, and had to have Myrelle's help with the buttons, but quickly they four were as bare as anyone else.

    Lord of Chaos

  • And her dress was an improbable combination of bodiced looseknit and bishop sleeves.

    The Vatican Rip

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