Definition of unitard
: a close-fitting one-piece garment for the torso and legs and often for the arms and feet
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Streb’s action heroes, in their shiny red footless unitards, fly and flip and fall.
For the group date, the guys were put to the test with a grueling game of handball — in skintight unitards, no less.
LOS ANGELES - The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling have endured kicks to the head, knees to the groin, body-slams, insults, rivalries, ridicule and spangly neon unitards.
On opening night, the music and costumes were original (Schoenberg, with unitards by Pauline Lawrence); on other programs, the dance will be set to a new score by Aleksandra Vrebalov, with costumes by Chris Hynds.
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Origin and Etymology of unitard
uni- + leotard
First Known Use: 1961See Words from the same year
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