clothing (part of speech: noun)
frock, pull-over, chemise, clothes, hat, housecoat, mackintosh, bowler, shawl, pinafore, halter, costume, cape, wrapper, smock, beret, fez, panties, wrap, boot, chapeau, bathrobe, overcoat, sarong, doublet, garment, raiment, parka, evening gown, gown, bonnet, poncho, corset, fedora, sari, coat, greatcoat, array, scarf, pea coat, blouse, duds, slicker, kilt, shorts, pillbox, burnoose, tuxedo, raincoat, vesture, Afghan, pants, windbreaker, shirt, sweat shirt, trench coat, v-neck, vestment, pyjamas, dinner jacket, trousers, jacket, dressing gown, crinoline, shoes, kimono, homburg, smoking jacket, blue jeans, Stetson, dress, brassiere, stockings, fur, turtle-neck, slacks, caftan, Jersey, trimming, petticoat, footgear, sweater, ensemble, t-shirt, skirt, suit, topcoat, robe, apparel, clothing, garb, sports coat, cloak, nightgown, blazer, outfit, pajamas, jumper, attire, ulster, habit, sweat suit, tunic, headdress
- In her left a dainty feminine garment- a camisole, compact of lace and filmy lawn.
- Violet, in a white petticoat and camisole, overcome by the heat, lay stretched at length, like a drowsy animal, in the hollow of the bed where she had flung herself.
- Her pretty foot has pressed this piece of rubber; it can be conveniently sewed to the camisole and worn next the heart. - "Judy of York Hill", Ethel Hume Patterson Bennett.