a one-piece usually close-fitting trouser suit

also cat-suit, 1960, from cat (n.) + suit (n.).


A tight-fitting garment covering the entire body: Michelle is wearing a skintight black catsuit and short high-heeled boots

[1990s+; Perhaps suggested by the seeming-epidermal garb of a character named Catwoman, played by Julie Newmar in the 1970s televison show Batman, and by characters in the show Cats]


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