merry widow


merry widow

noun, often capitalized M&W

Definition of MERRY WIDOW

:  a strapless corset or bustier usually having garters attached

Origin of MERRY WIDOW

The Merry Widow, operetta (1905) by Franz Lehár
First Known Use: 1952

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