- n. Plural form of wetsuit.
“It made me think of how experts claim that people in wetsuits get hit by sharks because they look a bit like a seal in the water.”
“My concern is that they have learnt to shoot at divers in wetsuits who have simulated terrorists in exercises, the story has him saying.”
“Early on summer mornings women in wetsuits park their Saabs and Volvos and BMWs just north of the main lifeguard tower at La Jolla Shores, near San Diego.”
“We climb down the steps to find a few parties of swimmers, mostly in black wetsuits, and family groups making the best of rather weak sun.”
“Thankfully, talcum powder—dusted into early wetsuits for easy entry—is not required.”
“When the O'Neill brothers made one of the first wetsuits in the early 1950s, all they hoped for was warm extremities while carving into cold California waves.”
“Her boutique at the newly reopened Capri Hotel in Southampton offers menswear, artwork, women's wear and wetsuits, while the Montauk location features rotating pop-ups.”
“We didn't intend for him to be shirtless and pants-less but when we asked our experts, 'What do the Navy SEALS wear underneath the wetsuits?”
“We filmed a stunt, and we had to be fitted for wetsuits," Nathan Fillion tells us.”
“Five girls clad in bright-orange wetsuits, with stark white backpacks, working on their projects in brilliant blue-green water, [...] a splash of color I'll remember [...].”
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