One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of an item of clothing) having a section of the material at the end turned back, or a separate band sewn on.‘laboratory coats with cuffed sleeves’in combination ‘a double-cuffed striped shirt’
- ‘The pleats and cuffed hems both had collected a good deal of lint.’
- ‘Cuffed capri pants don't overwhelm Holly's petite frame.’
- ‘Cuffed pants look better on taller men.’
- ‘Finally, the sleeves are cuffed for a little twist of originality.’
- ‘Also remember that formal pants should never be cuffed.’
- ‘Her white cuffed blouse hung loosely around her filled-out figure.’
- ‘He wore a pair of cuffed khakis.’
- ‘He is perhaps seventeen, dressed in cuffed black trousers, a purple jacket with gold piping, creased patent leather shoes.’
- ‘We think the jackets look best when irrelevantly worn with cuffed jeans, a funky t-shirt, to-die-for sandals, and undone hair.’
- ‘These two sweaters are SO great, totally practical, and I like the cuffed sleeve details.’
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