clothing (plural) (part of speech: noun)
gowns, costumes, wraps, sports coats, fedoras, berets, bowlers, saris, windbreakers, frocks, pull-overs, slickers, kilts, chemises, panties, burnooses, sweaters, pea coats, blazers, jumpers, camisoles, evening gowns, capes, scarves, topcoats, suits, jackets, robes, dresses, shirts, blue jeans, overcoats, cloaks, housecoats, stockings, jerseys, apparels, bonnets, smocks, ponchos, shawls, corsets, kimonos, sweat shirts, t-shirts, slacks, sarongs, vestments, v-necks, shorts, skirts, blouses, duds, habits, pyjamas, pajamas, caftans, nightgowns, shoes, pants, crinolines, parkas, tuxedoes, bathrobes, mackintoshes, pinafores, dressing gowns, raincoats, petticoats, Afghans, ensembles, greatcoats, wrappers, outfits, vestures, brassieres, sweat suits, trench coats, hats, smoking jackets, Stetsons, halters, trousers, dinner jackets, headdresses, coats, garbs, furs, trimmings, turtle-necks, tunics, garments, boots, pillboxes
dualities (part of speech: noun)
- Every one needed doublets and shoes, money and good lodgings. - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
- The youth shrugged his shoulders, but Adrian cried: " Because you like your Spanish costume better than our doublets of Leyden cloth." - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
- In an account found of his household, this majestic prince has a charge made him for two new sleeves sewed on one of his old doublets. - "Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)", Isaac D'Israeli.