- complete in one piece, as a garment: a one-piece snowsuit.
- Also called one-piec·er. a one-piece garment.
Origin of one-piece
First recorded in 1875–80
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Examples from the Web for one-piece
Clearly the attraction was the nine-year-old girl in her one-piece.A Nation of Onlookers: India’s Violence Against Women and America’s Guns
December 22, 2012
"I look the way I used to in my homemade, one-piece dresses," she breathed.'Smiles'
Eliot H. Robinson
Dudley peeled off the one-piece suit he had worn under the heating pads.Luna Escapade
H. B. Fyfe
The "one-piece" house was an assured thing from that time on.The Boy's Book of New Inventions
Harry E. Maule
"And she bathes in one-piece, Continental bathing-suits," volunteered Waltheof.The Tigress
One's a hoop skirt with pantaloons; the other's a one-piece bathing-suit.This Side of Paradise
F. Scott Fitzgerald
- (of a garment, esp a bathing costume) made in one piece
- a garment, esp a bathing costume, made in one piece
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