a woman in charge of keeping theatrical costumes cleaned, pressed, and in wearable condition.
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- wardour street,
- wardrobe malfunction,
- wardrobe trunk,
Origin of wardrobe mistress
First recorded in 1895–1900
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a person responsible for maintaining and sometimes making the costumes in a theatre
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