from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A two-piece outfit consisting of a sweatshirt and sweatpants, usually worn for exercise.
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- n. A two-piece garment worn during exercise.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. garment consisting of sweat pants and a sweatshirt
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There's nothing cooler than being safe, including loungin 'in a heather gray sweatsuit, which is super cool.
Keshari was curled up in a white, Juicy Couture sweatsuit watching television in the solarium, eating a big bag of Doritos, when Mars arrived.
Mars slipped into a cream-colored, velour Sean John sweatsuit and zipped the jacket over his bare chest.
In conclusion, that producer is an idiot and he's going to be on his couch in a sweatsuit crying into his Ben and Jerrys on Sunday.
Dressed in a rouge-red, Giscard d'Estaing-era sweatsuit, her lacquered hair trapped under some kind of net, Suzanne puffs her way through her morning jog, a smile bouncing precariously on her lips.
Taret had a pained smile, and held himself as though he wanted an inch of space between his skin and his sweatsuit.
So if you are an athlete and spend most of your time in sweatsuits, by all means, arrive in your best sweatsuit!
"We didn't find out until 2 1/2 or 3 hours later what was going on," said Katya Funk, 18, a bleary-eyed freshman in a sweatsuit.
There was a brief silence, and my teacher searched for the proper response, her eyes darting from the boy with all the quick remarks to me, an overweight fourth grader in a sweatsuit the color of Pepto Bismol, standing beside a leaning cardboard box she swore was a working machine, the faint outlines of her only friends waving their tiny paws in desperation from the unconvincing paper screen.
White-at-the-knees jeans, a red sweatsuit top that's seen better days, navy socks, and bright blue Crocs -- but my plans for the morning are to run the vacuum cleaner around.