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How to use waistline in a sentence
Limiting that movement can lead to a host of problems, from expanding waistlines and higher blood pressure to increasing risks of chronic disease, such as diabetes.
Made of 100 percent cotton and designed with a ribbed waistline, side panels, and cuffs, it moved fluidly during exercise testing.
My only complaint is that the waistline pilled after a handful of washes.
The fit is athletic without feeling restrictive, and the ribbed cuffs and waistline helped it move with my body rather than riding up during burpees, cleans, and kid tosses.
Our time stuck inside during this pandemic has left its mark not only on our mental health, finances and waistlines, but also on our home furnishings.Solutions for the stains and scratches pandemic life has left on our furniture and rugs | Jura Koncius | March 25, 2021 | Washington Post
After only four months of living in the city of lights, there was one thing that wasn't so bright: my waistline.
For example, some Kaftan-inspired dresses with flowing silhouettes were paired with belts which cinched the waistline.
She always has one too many accessories, or an unflattering waistline.‘Girls’: Inside the Eccentric Fashion of Lena Dunham’s HBO Comedy | Alyssa Rosenberg | January 10, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Holidays are stressful—on your budget, your waistline, and overall wellness.Star Life Coach AJ Johnson’s Holiday Health Secrets | Allison Samuels | December 8, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
This in defense of an Israeli government that complains about its own "narrow waistline," which is nine-miles-wide.
Elliott, conducted through the house to a wide veranda, sank into a chair, conscious in every nerve of her own slender waistline.The Camerons of Highboro | Beth B. Gilchrist
Laura declared one morning, feeling ruefully of her waistline which she was quite certain had expanded at least two inches.Billie Bradley on Lighthouse Island | Janet D. Wheeler
It was an increasing waistline that caused the Ooley-cow to look about him for some form of gentle exercise.Fore! | Charles Emmett Van Loan
The coat fits the body snugly, and ends at the waistline except for a slight point at back and front.Book of Etiquette, Volume 2 | Lillian Eichler Watson
No; the whole coat went all the way down to the waistline, sir.Warren Commission (2 of 26): Hearings Vol. II (of 15) | The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
British Dictionary definitions for waistline
a line or indentation around the body at the narrowest part of the waist
the intersection of the bodice and the skirt of a dress, etc, or the level of this: a low waistline
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