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(of a dress) not having a structured waistline; loose-fitting.
- ‘She was the first out onstage, in an aqua-blue, long-sleeved, unwaisted dress; it had half of a beaded brown sunburst emanating from her left hip.’
- ‘A fortnight later, the parade over, our visitors were granted an audience with the Chief Worshipful Grand Orangutantrum, who wore a dog collar and a long, unwaisted priestly shift.’
- ‘Her unwaisted dress is silk, the colors blending like tie-dye, and she wears her hair plaited under an embroidered square cap.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.