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- adj. baggy, not tight
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. large enough to leave space for movement over the skin; not tight-fitting; -- of clothing. Opposite of
close-fitting, tight, and tight-fitting.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not fitting closely; hanging loosely
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"We strongly believe they used burqas to reach this place," Afghan police spokesman Sediq Sidiqqi said outside the building, referring to the loose-fitting garment that covers women from head to toe.
A global take on the unisex galabiya, a loose-fitting outer garment, designed to protect wearers from the sun as well as sand and wind, might conceivably gain popularity among UV-shunning followers of fashion outside the Sahara and the Arabian Peninsula.
Probably wearing one of those loose-fitting floral nightgowns she always wore when we were growing up.
He cautions people to stay out of the heat as much as possible, wear loose-fitting, light clothing, drink lots of water and avoid alcohol, which is dehydrating.
She wears a loose-fitting T-shirt and cargo pants that stop midcalf.
They had dressed him as they had themselves, in a traditional Romulan robe, its oversized cowl hiding his features in the depths of its folds, though the dark-brown, loose-fitting garment could do nothing to disguise his considerable height.
The figure wore a hooded, loose-fitting robe, brown in color.
“Aaaand go!” shouted Fish, a wiry man in faded blue jeans and a loose-fitting, long-sleeved cotton shirt, a headset clamped over a baseball cap.
I wore loose-fitting, unflattering clothes, and I never found time to exercise.
Luckily, my first story line back at Days involved my crazy character wearing loose-fitting clothing so I was able to ease slowly back into Salem, working only a few days a week.