from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A child's zippered winter coverall.
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- n. An all-in-one waterproof insulating garment.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a child's overgarment for cold weather
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I saw Kevin Nealon in the back of a ski shuttle wearing the kind of snowsuit that ppl. used to call a "fag bag."
We see little Peter in his pointy-hooded red snowsuit as he smacks snow out of a tree and mourns the snowball that he had carefully put "in his pocket for tomorrow."
Priscilla, who had traded her snowsuit for a big fur coat in honor of the event, guided me to the ice.
I just glared at Priscilla in her stupid snowsuit.
Priscilla, in her snowsuit, stood with her arms crossed like two fat cigars battling each other.
Priscilla Hill, my new skating teacher, showed up to our first lesson wearing a snowsuit . . . in the summertime.
It was a toddler of perhaps fifteen months or so—blonde, blue-eyed, red-cheeked, dressed in a yellow snowsuit against the chill of the November air.
Ashley had loved her purple sneakers and had worn a pink snowsuit.
The Bun went out wrapped on a duvet around his snowsuit this morning.
One of the snowsuit babies has toddled over to where King is loading his beer can full of sand onto a hill.
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