clothing (part of speech: noun)
footgear, pull-over, chapeau, cloak, halter, homburg, kimono, bowler, shawl, pinafore, habit, corset, camisole, wrapper, smock, beret, fedora, panties, wrap, boot, cape, bathrobe, overcoat, sarong, dinner jacket, garb, raiment, parka, ensemble, garment, bonnet, poncho, coat, evening gown, sari, clothing, gown, array, scarf, pea coat, blouse, dressing gown, slicker, jumper, shorts, pillbox, burnoose, tuxedo, raincoat, vesture, Afghan, pants, windbreaker, shirt, sweat shirt, trench coat, v-neck, vestment, pyjamas, crinoline, trousers, housecoat, dress, costume, shoes, kilt, headdress, smoking jacket, blue jeans, Stetson, doublet, brassiere, stockings, frock, turtle-neck, slacks, caftan, jacket, trimming, petticoat, fez, sweater, duds, t-shirt, skirt, suit, topcoat, robe, apparel, clothes, fur, sports coat, chemise, nightgown, blazer, outfit, pajamas, Jersey, attire, ulster, greatcoat, sweat suit, tunic, hat
- Mr. Heatherbloom looked into space; Mr. Mackintosh did not notice a subtle change of expression. - "A Man and His Money", Frederic Stewart Isham.
- They both looked round, as a slim figure in a thin mackintosh crawled up alongside. - "With Haig on the Somme", D. H. Parry.
- " Also the day you bought the Red Mackintosh Apples," said our Uncle Peter. - "Fairy Prince and Other Stories", Eleanor Hallowell Abbott.