verb (used with object)
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Origin of corset
OTHER WORDS FROM corsetcor·set·less, adjectiveun·cor·set·ed, adjectivewell-cor·set·ed, adjective
Words nearby corset
Example sentences from the Web for corset
I can tell she is eager to leave Orchard Corset Center to get home and prepare a meal, and herself, for the holiday.
I wouldn't be surprised if celebs reached out to Orchard Corset Center.
The Yelp reviews attest to the diverse crowd that frequents Orchard Corset Center.
Of course, it took the legitimization of the ultra sexy corset for women to decide to abandon it.
Some of the modern day corsets claim to be made with the input of orthopedic surgeons, such as the Ardyss Corset Golden.You Should Probably Pass on This Whole ‘Corset Diet’ Fad|Emily Shire|January 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The queen put the letter in the hollow of her corset, resolving to burn it as soon as she was alone.Catherine de' Medici|Honore de Balzac
And as for that Yankee ornithologist, he's hung himself with the Countess's corset—string—yes, he has!In Search of the Unknown|Robert W. Chambers
A French corset-maker appeared on the scene, and a famous vender of cosmetics.A German Pompadour|Marie Hay
She began work in Philadelphia in a commission house as a saleswoman and corset fitter.
In New York, the sister of fifteen found employment in running ribbons into corset covers, earning from $1 to $1.50 a week.
British Dictionary definitions for corset
- a stiffened, elasticated, or laced foundation garment, worn esp by women, that usually extends from below the chest to the hips, providing support for the spine and stomach and shaping the figure
- a similar garment worn because of injury, weakness, etc, by either sex