all-in-one

[awl-in-wuhn]

noun

an undergarment that combines a girdle and brassiere in one piece.

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Related Words for all-in-one

compact, complement, package, set

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  • It took a good while to convince the woman that the All-in-One was worth it, but she yielded out of pity for his hungry state.

  • This was the kindest reception that Lambert had received since taking to the road to found his fortunes on the All-in-One.

  • The young man who had humorously enumerated the virtues of the All-in-One, whom the others called Spence, was of this number.