Definition of décolletage
1 : the low-cut neckline of a dress
2 : a dress having a low-cut neckline
3 : 1bust 2 exposing too much of her décolletage
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There ought to be, like, plastic beads and a lot of decolletage.
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Origin and Etymology of décolletage
French, action of cutting or wearing a low neckline, from décolleter —see 1décolleté
First Known Use: 1894
DÉCOLLETAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of décolletage for English Language Learners
: the top of a woman's dress, blouse, etc., that is cut very low so the top of the woman's breasts can be seen
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