What is another word for corsets?
[ kˈɔːsɛts], [ kˈɔːsɛts], [ k_ˈɔː_s_ɛ_t_s]
Related words: corset belt, corset back, corset cover, corset dress, corset slip, corset store, corset belt for waist training, corset and belt
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Synonyms for Corsets:
n.• clothing (plural) (noun)
- sports coats,
- dinner jackets,
- pea coats,
- evening gowns,
- sweat shirts,
- sweat suits,
- blue jeans,
- trench coats,
- smoking jackets,
- dressing gowns,
Other synonyms:• Other relevant words:
- pair of trousers,
- short pants.
How to use "Corsets" in context?
There is perhaps no garment more iconic than the corset. Whether out of historical significance or just because they look so darn good on everyone, corsets are a classic. And, while they can be fairly pricey, corsets can be a great investment. Here are five reasons why you should own a corset:
1. They Increase Your Bust Size
One of the most popular reasons to wear a corset is to increase the bust size. By tightening the ribcage, and subsequently the lungs, a corset creates more breathing room in the chest. This causes the bust to expand, and results in a larger bust.
Paraphrases for Corsets:
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Homophones for Corsets:
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