Origin of camisole
Examples from the Web for camisole
One night, the summer they were all 15, Cady went swimming alone, wearing nothing but a camisole, bra and underwear.'We Were Liars': Teens Confront Their Beautiful, Rich Family's Dark Secrets|Samantha Levine|August 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her pretty foot has pressed this piece of rubber; it can be conveniently sewed to the camisole and worn next the heart.Judy of York Hill|Ethel Hume Patterson Bennett
Grace uncarded a length of ribbon, and began to thread it through the lace of the garment known to the Hostel as a camisole.The War-Workers|E.M. Delafield
Bright pink and blue ribbons in a camisole or chemise will always look a bit garish when viewed through a thin blouse.Appropriate Clothes for the High School Girl|Virginia M. Alexander
Word Origin for camisole
1816, from French camisole (16c.), from Provençal camisola "mantle," diminutive of camisa "shirt," from Late Latin camisia "shirt, nightgown" (see chemise).