from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A garment, such as a dress or shirt, with a fitted waistband over which material blouses.
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- noun A
garmentdrawn tight at the waistwith blousinghanging over the waistband
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
Jolie's stylist Jen Rade later confirmed to Usmagazine. com that she wore the dress backwards deliberately to make it more 'blouson' and to show off her body art
Her stylist Jen Rade later confirmed to Usmagazine. com that she wore the dress backwards deliberately to make it more "blouson" and to show off her body art.
Peter punched Frank before weeping openly in his leather blouson.
Carrie Underwood is now wearing blouson leather shorts, a tux jacket and a top hat.
Me retournant, je vis un petit type de vingt ans, pantalon et blouson noir, agitant une machete, entouré de comparses, quatre peut-être, deux ou trois avec des machetes.
For the best shearling, also look to Miu Miu—try their cream blouson with removable hood and black piping £2,100.
At Miu Miu, you can buy a tiny sleeveless pale-blue blouson with black piping and a zipper, which won 't keep anything aside from your breasts warm, but looks pretty damn stylish.
“Who” was the word, and he hastily pulled his dog tags from the neck of his blouson, waving the red and green disks at them.
Linkin Park The Catalyst (Warners) In which the Californians stuff their nu-metal bunions into electronic espadrilles and their aged torsos into the pleather blouson of flagrant bandwagoneering.
The rise of the BNP which, if nothing else, taught us your average British racist moron is less likely to look like a skinhead than – to borrow comedy writer David Quantick's description – "aman in a leather blouson jacket who looks like he smells of wanking".