from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A garment worn while swimming.
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- n. A tight-fitting garment worn for swimming.
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- n. tight fitting garment worn for swimming
CNN: Reality TV star sought in swimsuit model's death
How can I make a “one” piece girl swimsuit from a t-shirt?
Bookboxed – I love what you have to say about these poems, but the gorgeous swimsuit is surely just a matter of stretching the imagination that teeny bit further.
Hanne's swimsuit is iridescent blue, her hair red gold.
The newly crowned Miss Rhode Island has taped up her chest, Vaselined her teeth, and strutted her stuff in swimsuit and heels — all in the service of fighting global warming.
She was wearing what looked to be a one-piece swimsuit from the 1940s.
She didn’t lose because of her answer – she lost because the judges liked Kristen Dalton better – they gave her higher scores in swimsuit and evening gown and she actually answered her question (Prejean stumbled through her answer regardless of what she said).
MAN. what’s next? magic beans?) hell, if he’d just have nekkid women to illustrate his posts, it would be * perfect*. (” global warming results in swimsuit models going nude in an effort to stay cool. see accompanying photos.”) then too, how many blogs can claim a comment from ‘marla’ of ‘zerohedge’?
Hinagiku is also not part of the trip since she’s scared of airplanes (however various screenshots of Hina in swimsuit appears throughout the episode).
Similarly, bikini was written “Bikini”—with both a capital letter and quotation marks—when it was first used in English to refer to the swimsuit.
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