housedress

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

house +‎ dress

NounEdit

housedress ‎(plural housedresses)

  1. A simple dress suitable for housework
    • 1988 October 7, Judy Robb, “Restaurant Tours: a diner to fly for”[1], Chicago Reader:
      Betty Schlafer, head honcho of the Airport Cafe, is wearing a housedress with a purple floral design; a brooch filled with colored stones is pinned to her collar.
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