noun, plural pep·lums, pep·la [pep-luh]. /ˈpɛp lə/.
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Origin of peplum
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Example sentences from the Web for peplum
They would buy a new dress and peplum, go to see Selene, and then be carried to the prefect's.The Emperor, Complete|Georg Ebers
For an instant he was bending over sandals, caressing a peplum's hem.A Transient Guest|Edgar Saltus
His wife has a veil (peplum) almost like that which Greek women have.
The noble and simple lines of the peplum restored her resemblance to some ancient Athenian vestal.The Death of the Gods|Dmitri Mrejkowski
Sein Weib hat einen Schleyer (peplum) fast wie die Griechinnen.