Definition of catsuit
: a close-fitting one-piece garment that covers the torso and the legs and sometimes the arms
Recent Examples of catsuit from the Web
Hough disliked her outfit (a catsuit) for the dance, but Tonioli and Inaba were ecstatic about the performance.
Kordei, sporting a catsuit that left little to the imagination, pushed through the routine with no visible signs of injury or limping.
So Ms. Jenner was in a La Perla crystal mesh scrim-like gown atop a body thong with a giant slash cut down the front, and Ms. Hadid was in an Alexander Wang crystal mesh catsuit.
The look is a catsuit circa 2017: tough and super, super sexy.
Bët, bringing out, to the muted strains of a cello, a parade of restitched and recycled athletic jerseys, parkas, vibrantly colorful catsuits and faux furs to an audience that was, in roughly equal parts, white and black.
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Definition of catsuit for English Language Learners
: a tight piece of clothing that covers the body and legs and sometimes the arms
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