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A blouse fashioned for wearing outside the waistband of a skirt or slacks. noun

A blouse that is worn outside of the waistband (of a skirt or trousers) noun

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The word "overblouse" in example sentences

I settled for stretchy black pants and an ivory silk overblouse that I thought hid my fat pretty well—until I saw the wedding pictures. ❋ Jack Canfield (2010)

Rachel: It does seem like an odd combo, but the narrow, straight skirt with a tunic overblouse seems to have been THE maternity silhouette for public appearances in that era! ❋ Unknown (2009)

For women who agree with the reviewer that their next 30, 40 or 50 years are about "the mostly unavoidable humiliation that is aging," then get back into the closet, girls, slip into your boxy overblouse and drawstring waist pants, and don't come out until you're ready for bingo or bedpan duty. ❋ Unknown (2008)

Carol Shoup wore a striped silk overblouse, purple and white, that looked Moorish or Persian. ❋ Don DeLillo (2007)

She wore a white, sleeveless, belted overblouse and snug tan walking shorts and sandals with thongs that snaked up her brown ankles. ❋ Unknown (2005)

These might consist of a coat in bright yellow lined in turquoise satin with a fuchsia satin large scarf, a pair of matching turquoise pants and also fuchsia pants; the obligatory turquoise overblouse and, of course, a turquoise wool jacket lined in the other colors! ❋ Arnold Scaasi (2004)

The top was a straight overblouse of the sheer embroidered fabric with two patch pockets covering her breasts. ❋ Arnold Scaasi (2004)

There's a Givenchy dress and overblouse in gray wool jersey that, the catalogue informs us, achieves an "effect of absolute simplicity." ❋ Unknown (2001)

One sees that in details like the sort of bateau neck and the overblouse effect, which is this idea that it looks like a two piece dress, but in fact there's a full dress underneath with a sort of silk bodice. ❋ Unknown (2001)

The full gathers of her toasted butter-colored skirts and overblouse were obvious through the opening part of a Brinkley coat. ❋ STEF ANN HOLM (2001)

And again, I think, here one sees that the dress was a very elaborately beaded bodice, but it's very (UNINTELLIGIBLE) with a chiffon overblouse, a device that Jacqueline Kennedy very much liked. ❋ Unknown (2001)

A conflagration of a smile spread across her face, making her appear more beautiful than ever and somewhat minimizing the effect of the bloodstains that spotted her apron and overblouse. ❋ Foster, Alan Dean, 1946- (2000)

She fluffed out the ends of her overblouse like a pianist with tuxedo tails. ❋ Diane Leslie (1999)

Emily's blue skirt and overblouse, made of some sort of heavy-duty cheesecloth, had been shaken but certainly not pressed. ❋ Arensberg, Ann, 1937- (1999)

Sliding off the bed, she pulled on a clean pair of white maternity shorts and matching cotton overblouse before padding to the door in her bare feet. ❋ Winters, Rebecca (1997)

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