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hoover apron

[ hoo-ver ]
/ ˈhu vər /
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noun
a dresslike coverall for women that ties at the waist.
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Origin of hoover apron

1945–50, Americanism; named after H. Hoover, so called from its popularity during his term as food administrator
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