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  • n. Plural form of twinset.


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  • They want to relieve her of her cashmere twinsets the palest of blue, undo her long straight skirts and let these fall to the un-vacuumed carpet, make hot love to her cold body on her cold sheets.

    Rosaleen In Mourning

  • Most guests at this august establishment are in three-piece suits and twinsets.

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  • I can see the docents tittering in twinsets and pearls as they refer to him in memos as LS or Lord Steyne.

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  • And like most real twins, they usually hate to be mistaken for each other, so to get the most style mileage, look for “fraternal” twinsets, where each piece has its own distinct attributes.

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  • But be forewarned: Busy details may add years to your look unless you make a conscious effort to either break up more ornate twinsets or add youth to your choice of bottom—for example, sexy dark jeans or stretch satin pants.

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  • This is not to say that all embellished twinsets are old-lady-like.

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  • The best twinsets are versatile enough to allow the wearer to separate them in an instant or conjoin them as designed without hesitation.

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  • It's true, her politics stink, and she still has the disastrous dress sense of an academic who's getting bad advice from someone obsessed with Reagan-era twinsets and pearls.

    Giles Slade: Tit for Tat

  • Banana Republic hawks twinsets from the sides of transit buses, and downscale stores sell sweaters for under $50.

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  • Yet lately, the McCain-Bush, Cheney-Palin twinsets seem to be the exception to the rule.



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