the neckline of a dress cut low in the front or back and often across the shoulders.
a décolleté garment or costume.
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How to use décolletage in a sentence
Suddenly one of them disappeared into her amazing decolletage.
It was a little full across the chest, but the decolletage sat snugly over her uncovered bosom.Pelle the Conqueror, Complete | Martin Anderson Nexo
Uncle Jim in his shirtsleeves and a state of ferocious decolletage, was holding something—yes!The History of Mr. Polly | H. G. Wells
The plain, well-made dress will oust the ribbon and the decolletage.What is Coming? | H. G. Wells
She was really on probation for higher levels; it was her decolletage delayed her.Soul of a Bishop | H. G. Wells
In an other moment Bert, in a state of irregular decolletage, was standing over the table displaying a sheaf of papers.The War in the Air | Herbert George Wells
British Dictionary definitions for décolletage
a low-cut neckline or a woman's garment with a low neck
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