raglan sleeve


noun

a sleeve that begins at the neck and has a long, slanting seam line from the neck to the armhole, giving the garment a relatively undefined shoulder.

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Compare set-in sleeve.

Origin of raglan sleeve

First recorded in 1925–30

Words nearby raglan sleeve

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