Definition of raglan
: a loose overcoat with raglan sleeves
Recent Examples of raglan from the Web
The oversized raglan-sleeve hoodie will retail for $1,119.60, the double-sleeve hoodie for $971, socks will be $102.80, the cap will be $285.60 and the long-sleeve T-shirt is $719.70.
Classic raglan baby cardi, spruced up with some lacy leaves down the front.
T-shirts and tanks for $5-10, sweaters and raglan sleeves for $10-15.
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Origin and Etymology of raglan
French J. H. Somerset, Baron Raglan †1855 British field marshal
First Known Use: 1857See Words from the same year
Definition of Raglan
1st Baron 1788–1855 FitzRoy James Henry Somerset British field marshal
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