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twinset

or twin set

[ twin-set ]
/ ˈtwɪnˌsɛt /
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noun
a matching sleeveless or short-sleeved pullover sweater and cardigan sold to be worn together.
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Origin of twinset

First recorded in 1935–40; twin1 + set (in the sense “collection of articles for use together”
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British Dictionary definitions for twinset

twinset
/ (ˈtwɪnˌsɛt) /

noun
British a matching jumper and cardigan
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