Definition of justaucorps
: a fitted coat or jacket; specifically : a man's knee-length coat with flaring and stiffened skirts worn in the late 17th and early 18th centuries
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Origin and Etymology of justaucorps
justaucorps from French, from juste au corps close to the body; justicoat, alteration (influenced by English coat) of justaucorps
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