jump·​suit | \ ˈjəmp-ˌsüt \

Definition of jumpsuit

1 : a one-piece garment consisting of a blouse or shirt with attached trousers or shorts
2 : a coverall worn by parachutists for jumping

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Stormi looked just as cute as her mom, twinking away in a sparkly jumpsuit and teeny tiny Air Force 1s. Kelsey Stiegman, Seventeen, "Kylie Jenner Legit Couldn't Get Out of Her Christmas Eve Party Dress," 26 Dec. 2018 From fringe dresses to one-shoulder crop tops; jumpsuits and suiting, nearly every piece is made of silver sequins and embellishment—and Hailey had it all on display at Monday night’s launch event. Avery Matera, Teen Vogue, "Hailey Baldwin Launches an Under $100 Collection with PrettyLittleThing," 7 Nov. 2018 Even so, bringing a friend who wears a powder blue jumpsuit and baker boy cap alongside you to a royal wedding is a great distraction technique. Lucy Wood, Marie Claire, "Prince Harry's Ex-Girlfriends Chelsea Davy and Cressida Bonas Arrive at the Royal Wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank," 12 Oct. 2018 Heard sported a mint green jumpsuit and multi-colored heels with her hair slicked for the outing, while Schnabel kept it casual in a light blue button down and navy pants. Ale Russian, PEOPLE.com, "Heating Up! Amber Heard and Vito Schnabel Hold Hands on Wimbledon Date," 9 July 2018 Produced in New York, the collection is a mix of gowns and separates, ranging from a versatile bodysuit to a small variety of skirts, a jumpsuit and some gowns. Carrie Goldberg, Harper's BAZAAR, "Sarah Jessica Parker Wants to Design Your Wedding Gown," 24 Apr. 2018 There are still a few vault dwellers emerging for the first time, clad in pristine gold-and-blue jumpsuits. Andrew Webster, The Verge, "Fallout 76 journal, day 4: the bombs are falling," 26 Nov. 2018 The supermodel and it-girl strutted in to host the jewelry party in a sheer, sparkly jumpsuit by Gasanova, which was completely covered in Swarovski crystals. Carrie Goldberg, Harper's BAZAAR, "Gigi Hadid Is a Walking Disco Ball in This Sheer Crystal Jumpsuit," 13 Sep. 2018 Employees of Worry Free dress in jumpsuits, get free room and board (in shoebox apartments), and spend their whole lives doing menial work. David Sims, The Atlantic, "Sorry to Bother You Is Fizzy, Flawed, and Fascinating," 6 July 2018

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First Known Use of jumpsuit

1944, in the meaning defined at sense 2

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English Language Learners Definition of jumpsuit

: a piece of clothing that consists of a blouse or shirt with attached pants or shorts


jump·​suit | \ ˈjəmp-ˌsüt \

Kids Definition of jumpsuit

: a one-piece garment consisting of a shirt with attached pants or shorts

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