Definitions

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  • adjective fastened by tying on

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Neiman Marcus expends a lot of effort selecting gift-wrapping components, from the box to the ribbon to the decorative tie-on, Mr. Shields says.

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  • Each designer also has a tie-on pregnancy pillow to put on their model form.

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  • To see if I could keep knitting bones where they ought to be with just a tie-on splint.

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  • Anyway, it was a full-circle tie-on overskirt kind of thing with a big ruffle and loads of colored rick-rack trim.

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  • One popular suggestion was a tie-on black lace overskirt, which was supposed to go over your basic black day dress it actually looked quite pretty in the pictures.

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  • Her pants were on the verge of dripping off and her breasts looked like a tie-on Halloween gag gift.

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  • Her pants were on the verge of dripping off and her breasts looked like a tie-on Halloween gag gift.

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  • Opening the nearest drawer, Catherine looked inside and found a tie-on seven-inch sex toy.

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  • Opening the nearest drawer, Catherine looked inside and found a tie-on seven-inch sex toy.

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  • Opening the nearest drawer, Catherine looked inside and found a tie-on seven-inch sex toy.

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