Adjective "garment" definition and examples

(Garment may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈɡɑːm(ə)nt/

Definitions and examples

noun

An item of clothing.
  1. 'fashion garments'
  2. 'A stunning fashion show displayed garments styled by famous Thai designers.'
  3. 'He and his wife both work in a factory producing garments for a UK clothing shop.'
  4. 'Then the stitch lines had to be sealed to ensure that the garment is waterproof.'
  5. 'Wash your garment with care and avoid scrubbing excessively to prevent damaging it.'
  6. 'It was really only a matter of time before we did away with the garment altogether.'
  7. 'In recent years industrial growth has occurred primarily in the garment and textile industries.'
  8. 'The old man of about sixty was dressed in his official garments and sported a short, white beard.'
  9. 'Looser garments can make you look stumpy, so opt for a fit that is trim rather than baggy.'
  10. 'Both men and women wear a long inner shirt over a pant-like garment, both made out of wool.'
  11. 'Instead, look for garments with a bit of contour to add volume to your midsection.'

More definitions

1. any article of clothing: dresses, suits, and other garments.

2. an outer covering or outward appearance. verb (used with object)

3. to clothe, dress, or cover.

More examples(as adjective)

"exporterses can be garment."

"industries can be garment."

"agreements can be garment."

"workers can be garment."

"sectors can be garment."

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Origin

Middle English: from Old French garnement ‘equipment’, from garnir ‘equip’ (see garnish).