a loose-fitting outer garment worn, draped in folds, by women in ancient Greece.
- pep·losed [pep-luhst], /ˈpɛp ləst/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for peplos
(in ancient Greece) the top part of a woman's attire, caught at the shoulders and hanging in folds to the waist: Also called: peplum
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