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  • n. A one-piece garment for an infant or small child, generally worn over a diaper.


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  • Nonetheless, the wide range onesie is still far in the lead as our best baby gift for Hayden.

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  • I noticed that doing a Google search for the word onesie results in 1.9 million results, most of which have nothing to do with Gerber.

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  • The removal of her dress also revealed what can only be described as a onesie designed by Spider-Man.


  • One had clothes on; the little one had on a little 'onesie' thing.

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  • E*Trade's talking baby told viewers to "check out me and my boy Benny" and said he was hosting a post-game "onesie" contest.

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  • The Fake Baby One recent day, Luca watched as Ms. Rivkin reached into her sport-utility vehicle, gently lifted a plastic doll in a blue "onesie" from the infant car seat and buckled it into a new stroller, then began pushing the stroller and doll through a local arboretum.

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  • He also injects his larger-than-life persona into his routines -- wearing sparkly self-designed "onesie" costumes portraying both male and female characters in his controversial routine "The Swan."

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  • Looking hot in a white "onesie" (heh) Carrie did a great job performing at the Super Bowl.

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  • Don't they have to wear some kind of adult undergarment "onesie," during fornication anyway?


  • Then they went after Weir, whose pink-laced "onesie" suit has created a lot of buzz.

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