Recent Examples of tuxedo from the Web
William Penn High School, in a nearby school district, invited her to bring a date and show up in her snazzy tuxedo.
An Arkansas woman has pleaded guilty to using public funds for her personal benefit, purchasing, among other things, tickets to sporting events, household goods, a diamond bracelet, and a tiny tuxedo for her pet dog.
On Saturday morning, the day the Giants were set to travel to Buffalo, Taylor returned to the facility at 8, emerging from a stretch limousine in a tuxedo.
At George, a country and sports bar in Montrose, Neil Massey wore the tuxedo and mask of a dapper vampire.
Elsewhere on the carpet, the boys of Netflix's 2016 hit Stranger Things posed together in their brilliantly bright and flashy tuxedos.
Fine dining doesn't have to mean tuxedo-wearing servers reading an encyclopedia of specials.
The bride is shown linking arms with Kelly, who sported an emerald green tuxedo jacket.
The endeavor also makes businessmen in tuxedos feel that much cooler.
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Origin and Etymology of tuxedo
First Known Use: 1889See Words from the same year
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