clothing (part of speech: noun)
footgear, pull-over, chapeau, cloak, halter, homburg, kimono, bowler, shawl, pinafore, habit, corset, camisole, wrapper, smock, beret, fedora, pajamas, wrap, boot, cape, bathrobe, outfit, sarong, dinner jacket, garb, raiment, pants, ensemble, garment, bonnet, poncho, coat, evening gown, sari, clothing, gown, array, scarf, parka, blouse, dressing gown, slicker, jumper, shorts, pillbox, burnoose, tuxedo, raincoat, vesture, Afghan, panties, 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, pea coat, fez, sweater, duds, t-shirt, skirt, suit, topcoat, robe, apparel, clothes, fur, sports coat, chemise, mackintosh, blazer, nightgown, overcoat, Jersey, attire, ulster, greatcoat, sweat suit, tunic, hat
- He wore a purple velvet jacket embroidered with gold, and a many coloured turban and waist- cloth forming a petticoat to his knees and leaving his fat legs bare. - "Southern Arabia", Theodore Bent Mabel Bent.
- After about an hour, during which the turf went out three times, and the weather became more and more threatening, a girl with a red petticoat over her head appeared at the gate of the yard, and said to the smith: " The horse is gone away from ye." - "Some Experiences of an Irish R.M.", E. OE. Somerville Martin Ross.
- She proceeded to beat the squaw out of the cabin, and although the squaw appealed to some warriors who were standing without the warriors only laughed, and my mother kept her petticoat. - "Last Words", Stephen Crane.