Definition of blouson
: a garment (such as a dress) having a close waistband with blousing of material over it
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Loose, boxy blousons in cotton poplin sometimes sported interesting Russian-style high necks.
Half of the Topshop Unique collection, including a peppy yellow leather blouson jacket ($700) and miniskirt ($380), is available immediately.
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Origin and Etymology of blouson
French, from blouse
First Known Use: 1904See Words from the same year
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