Definitions

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  • adjective Wearing fishnet stockings.

Etymologies

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fishnet +‎ -ed

Examples

  • I grabbed her shoulders, shaking her from lacquer-laden hair-do to fishnetted-feet.

    O'erleaping Ambition

  • As the last blossom fell, the music changed to a jubilant New Orleans march, and the coffin lid slowly slid back to reveal one long, lean, fishnetted leg, extending up and up and up toward the ceiling.

    Rollergirl

  • As the last blossom fell, the music changed to a jubilant New Orleans march, and the coffin lid slowly slid back to reveal one long, lean, fishnetted leg, extending up and up and up toward the ceiling.

    Rollergirl

  • As the last blossom fell, the music changed to a jubilant New Orleans march, and the coffin lid slowly slid back to reveal one long, lean, fishnetted leg, extending up and up and up toward the ceiling.

    Rollergirl

  • As the last blossom fell, the music changed to a jubilant New Orleans march, and the coffin lid slowly slid back to reveal one long, lean, fishnetted leg, extending up and up and up toward the ceiling.

    Rollergirl

  • Nordoesshe have much in common with Chicago 's fishnetted Velma Kelly.

    Eight Day Week

  • While all burlesque relies on the power of the unexpected, the traveling Pretty Things Peepshow has a fishnetted leg up on other troupes.

    The Clog

  • While all burlesque relies on the power of the unexpected, the traveling Pretty Things Peepshow has a fishnetted leg up on other troupes - if only because the girls are trained in several types of circus arts, not just one.

    The Clog

  • While all burlesque relies on the power of the unexpected, the traveling Pretty Things Peepshow has a fishnetted leg up on other troupes - if only because the girls are trained in several types of circus arts, not just one.

    The Clog

  • Sure, they're offering glimpses of their fishnetted thighs, waxed bodies, stiletto-heeled feet and tattooed figures, but they want you to spend your tip money on yourself.

    The Pitch | Complete Issue

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