clothing (plural) (part of speech: noun)
garments, costumes, wraps, sports coats, evening gowns, berets, bowlers, saris, windbreakers, fedoras, pull-overs, slickers, kilts, chemises, panties, burnooses, sweaters, pea coats, blazers, jumpers, camisoles, ensembles, capes, scarves, topcoats, suits, housecoats, robes, doublets, shirts, blue jeans, overcoats, cloaks, headdresses, stockings, jackets, apparels, bonnets, smocks, ponchos, shawls, corsets, kimonos, sweat shirts, t-shirts, slacks, sarongs, vestments, v-necks, shorts, skirts, blouses, dressing gowns, greatcoats, pyjamas, pajamas, caftans, nightgowns, shoes, pants, crinolines, parkas, tuxedoes, bathrobes, mackintoshes, pinafores, dresses, raincoats, petticoats, Afghans, duds, gowns, wrappers, outfits, vestures, brassieres, sweat suits, trench coats, halters, smoking jackets, Stetsons, habits, trousers, dinner jackets, hats, coats, furs, frocks, trimmings, turtle-necks, tunics, garbs, boots, pillboxes
- Religious liberty was established as it had been in Rhode Island and the Jerseys. - "The Quaker Colonies A Chronicle of the Proprietors of the Delaware, Volume 8 in The Chronicles Of America Series", Sydney G. Fisher.
- The two comforters of Euphrosyne, graceful little maids, with cherry- coloured jerseys over their white frocks, and golden brown hair tied with the large black bows of the Backfisch, were eager to share the lesson, and soon Winnington found himself the centre of a whole bevy of boys and girls who had run up to watch Euphrosyne's performance. - "Delia Blanchflower", Mrs. Humphry Ward.
- He said: I shall want you at nine to- night at my quarters in town- an errand of moment into the Jerseys. - "Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker", S. Weir Mitchell.