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- n. Clothing, especially those for work or of rough appearance.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. Old or inferior clothes; tattered garments.
- n.pl. Effects, in general.
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- n. informal terms for clothing
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Any film that has stars like Beyonce, Columbus Short and Mos Def strapping on 1950's duds is gonna be worth checking out, and "Cadillac Records" is no exception.
So the emperors of big media sat around congratulating each other that only they are clothed in duds with the designer label “by Trustworthy”.
Every staff has their "duds" - the teachers that everyone knows don't teach.
There were picturesque shelves which Dan had made in accordance with her directions; there were cheesecloth window-curtains, with rustic boughs in place of poles; there were barrels standing bottom upward for tables, draped with ancient "duds" -- a changeable-silk skirt of her mother's over one, a moth-eaten camel's-hair shawl over another.
"Some women complain that the style is unflattering and disdainfully dub the duds" mom "jeans," he says.
Some women complain that the style is unflattering and disdainfully dub the duds "mom" jeans.
Moschino showed its Spring/Summer 2011 collection in Milan on Friday morning and the duds were a lil 'bit country ... and a lotta bits Michelle!
Moschino showed its Spring/Summer 2011 collection in Milan on Friday morning and the duds were a lil bit country ... and a lotta bits Michelle!
The duds are a little mixed in style, but I reckon they're clean and whole, and a man might face a lady in 'em.
We hear nothing of the "duds" in their portfolios!