plural blous·es \ˈblau̇-səz, -zəz\
a : a long loose overgarment that resembles a shirt or smock and is worn especially by workmen, artists, and peasants
b : the jacket of a uniform
: a usually loose-fitting garment especially for women that covers the body from the neck to the waist
— blousy \ˈblau̇-sē, -zē\ adjective
Examples of BLOUSE
- She wore a blouse and a skirt to work.
Origin of BLOUSE
First Known Use: 1823
2blouse verb \ˈblau̇s, ˈblau̇z\
: to fall in a fold <coats that blouse above the hip>
First Known Use of BLOUSE
Rhymes with BLOUSE
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