Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A tight-fitting one-piece garment for the torso.

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  • noun A one-piece, skin-tight garment rather like a leotard.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Within his bodysuit was his defensive stunner and he now gripped it tightly in his right hand.

    Doors Into Chaos

  • This is all a prelude to the return of James St. James, who we first see in a neon green spandex bodysuit, which is exactly how he appears to me in all of my nightmares.

    Television Without Pity

  • Mattel's version of him is just about perfect -- most of his bodysuit is a light blue-grey, with glowing white eyes, a stylized atomic symbol on his chest, and red gloves and boots.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • Could it be she is wearing a "bodysuit" and isn't really naked?

    Espace Maillots De Bain: Are You Pulling My Leg?

  • Does anyone know whether those swimsuit type "bodysuit" things are still around?

    What am I, officially too small now?

  • Later he wore a black bodysuit and in dark of night pushed the Pastor down the steep spiral belfry stairwell to see if he would fly rather than bounce.

    A Life

  • In my hands was a white bodysuit with glow sticks hanging off every inch of it.

    Welcome to My World

  • My stomach rolled as the leather bodysuit Athena wore became clearer.

    Darkness Becomes Her

  • AP Photo A black lace bodysuit shown as part of London Fashion Week in March 1996.

    Alexander McQueen's Runways

  • My stomach rolled as the leather bodysuit Athena wore became clearer.

    Darkness Becomes Her

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  • A bodysuit was a stretchy leotard-like garment, often with long sleeves, with snaps at the crotch. You pulled it on over your head and snapped yourself into it. Simplicity patterns of the 1970s paired them with shorts or hip-huggers.

    April 12, 2011