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- n. an attractive outfit
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As my grandmother had taken me, so I took my daughter Christmas shopping, dressed in her best bib-and-tucker.
On such a day the whole world greets one cleansed and having on a fresh bib-and-tucker.
He arrived this morning, and we were all at the station in our best bib-and-tucker and making a fine show of being offhanded and light-hearted.
The custom-house officers that look after it carry clubs, and it's hard to smuggle in even a bib-and-tucker swindle to work Brooklyn with unless you can pay the toll.
Rice always reminds me of my bib-and-tucker days. "
Josie Lockwood has put on her best bib-and-tucker to go walking in this afternoon, on the off-chance of meeting you, Mr.Duncan. "
"O, for God's sake, drop that bib-and-tucker twaddle!