- v. Simple past tense and past participle of corset.
“Though no expert, I'd say the technical term for what she had on was "corseted"; that is, rather tight around the midsection and calculated to amplify what in my wife's grandmother's time was referred to as a "bosom.”
“The white satin dress with the corseted bodice and lace appliqué was exquisitely beautiful, and perfectly suited the bride's personality, figure and modest tastes.”
“The white satin dress with the corseted bodice and lace appliquÃ© was exquisitely beautiful, and perfectly suited the bride's personality, figure and modest tastes.”
“The corseted bodice and full skirt both featured lace applique which was handmade by the Royal School of Needlework at Hampton Court Palace, meaning that the dress was not wholly made within the grounds of Buckingham Place as was initially suggested.”
“Celestial Three: Black wings, a veil of shifting aurora borealis color drapes her from head to shoulders, hiding her features except for the black cherry-red tendrils of hair snaking and twisting from beneath the veil; a burgundy gown clings to her curves, its corseted bodice providing a display shelf for her smooth and rounded cleavage.”
“Vivienne Westwood brings back brazen courtesans, fashionable Belles are corseted by Azzedine Alaia, Christian Lacroix drapes his queens with brocades lavishly gleaming with gemstones, and Olivier Theyskens summons up the ghost of Marie-Antoinette in a Hollywood film.”
“But all of you, it seems, were focused on something else: her teeny, tiny corseted waist.”
“It was not possible to do this work tightly corseted or toddling around in a hobble skirt.”
“No corseted Von Teese playing suggestively with the gear stick.”
“Because even little girls are offered only two choices -- sexy or prude -- that sexy tween version of Little Bo Peep, with a corseted bodice and black fishnets, can seem like the lesser of two evils.”
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