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wet suit

noun

: a piece of clothing that is made of rubber and that is worn by swimmers, divers, etc., when they are in cold water in order to keep their bodies warm

Full Definition of WET SUIT

:  a close-fitting suit made of material (as sponge rubber) that is worn (as by a skin diver) especially in cold water to retain body heat and that traps a thin layer of water against the body
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First Known Use of WET SUIT

1955

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