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- n. Alternative spelling of boiler suit.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a loose protective smock worn over ordinary clothing for dirty work.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a loose protective coverall or smock worn over ordinary clothing for dirty work
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There's no escaping the fundamentally ascetic nature of calorie-controlled dieting; if you really care so little for your emotional wellbeing then surely the time-honoured method of ingesting 400 laxatives and running on the spot in a boilersuit is the way to go.
The gunman entered the bank wearing a white boilersuit and dust mask, shouting "Everyone get down on the floor", Beedell said.
Caitlin is one cool “crazy ninja bitch with a boilersuit fetish”.
Like my new associate in the boilersuit and wrestling mask, Dominguez and Uresti were both born in California, and neither have left the country before.
He stood perhaps a few inches shorter than me, and while he was clearly in fighting trim—the moaning hoodlum on the pavement a testament to the strength of his blows—the ill-fitting boilersuit made him look somewhat paunchy.
He was lurking in an alleyway, his gray boilersuit and black gloves and boots rendering him almost invisible in the shadows, but the stark white skull sewn onto his mask shone in the dim light like the full moon.
I managed to get half of my boilersuit over my head.
Back then, I believed that behaving like a bloke would get me acceptance, so I drank, smoked and swore with the rest of them - well I was usually dressed in a boilersuit, safefy shoes and hard hat and I assumed that this behaviour was the
The gunman entered the bank wearing a white boilersuit and dust mask, shouting "Everyone get down on the floor", Mr Beedell said.
Big Brother celebrity Brad Wood, wearing a blue boilersuit branded with the words "weapon instructor," was among those in the public gallery.