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che·mise / shəˈmēz; -ˈmēs/ • n. a dress hanging straight from the shoulders and giving the figure a uniform shape, popular in the 1920s. ∎  a woman's loose-fitting undergarment or nightdress, typically of silk or satin with a lace trim. ∎  a priest's alb or surplice. ∎ hist. a smock.

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chemise

chemise XIX. — (O)F. :- late L. camīsia shirt, nightgown.

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