Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of schmatte.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Anyway, this wasn't just about seams and schmattes.

    Lynn Sherr: What Not To Wear (And To Whom It Matters)

  • She looked quite handsome, and I did not at first recognize her without the ghastly pallor and schmattes she wore in the ghetto.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Both of them wore _schmattes, _ clothing Marla would have consigned to the local rummage sale.

    Body Wave

  • Tonight, if you can get your boyfriend to stop playing anti-terrorist games on the Internet, you can log on to Sothebys. com and bid on some of Mr. Miller's old schmattes.

    The Eight Day Week

  • When I was in my "gee whiz" phase, I had no television cameras following me, nor was I required to produce zany schmattes for a panel of preening experts.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • In an echo of Wenda, Randy wrote earlier this month, "We must stop acting as if we're selling schmattes, and start acting like the makers of magic that the best of us are -- and always have been."

    ClickZ News

  • We must stop acting as if we're selling schmattes, and start acting like the makers of magic that the best of us are -- and always have been. "

    ClickZ News

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