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A garment worn for swimming.
bikiniswimming costume, bathing costumeswimming togs, cossiebathers, swimmersswimwear, bathing dress, bathing suitView synonyms
- ‘Throw in a couple of swimsuits, caps and goggles, and you're talking another $100 or so per year.’
- ‘There was a time when she wore shorts, tanktops and swimsuits.’
- ‘What stood out here were the beautifully cut swimsuits and the form-fitting tops and skirts.’
- ‘This should match with your top, your t-shirt and your swimsuit to create different looks.’
- ‘The boys insisted on wearing cut-off jeans instead of competitive swimsuits.’
- ‘Both women looked dry and comfortable in their custom-made skintight two-piece swimsuits.’
- ‘She has a degree in Apparel Design and has designed sportswear and swimsuits for a major manufacturer.’
- ‘Dresses, jumpers, pajamas, and swimsuits are popular baby clothes most parents would like to have.’
- ‘Typically, only exposed skin is affected - skin not covered by swimsuits, wet suits or waders.’
- ‘After each person had changed to their swimsuits, them met at the station's Olympic size swimming pool.’
- ‘Without hesitation, the savvy shopper races through the revolving door and picks up sundresses, swimsuits and sandals.’
- ‘We can finally say goodbye to our woolens and hello to swimsuits and shorts!’
- ‘Now swap all skates, helmets and padding for flippers, snorkels and swimsuits.’
- ‘I didn't even pick out a swimsuit because I planned on getting out of swimming somehow.’
- ‘Passing by with my daughter, we decided to buy two brassieres and a swimsuit.’
- ‘She was wearing a swimsuit that consisted of a tunic and a normal bikini bottom, both in hunter green.’
- ‘In another drawer there was a swimsuit and a leotard and special shorts to go with it.’
- ‘Curiously, all of the women finalists in this event chose to wear classic swimsuits.’
- ‘Clothing stores experienced a rapid increase in business as people flocked in to buy new shorts, sunglasses, and swimsuits.’
- ‘In racing, these swimsuits might help a swimmer swim anywhere from a few hundredths to a few seconds faster.’
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