French-cut



[french-kuht] /ˈfrɛntʃˈkʌt/

adjective, (esp. of string beans)
1.
sliced lengthwise into long, thin strips.
adjective

of women’s underpants, cut slightly higher on the outer thigh
Examples

Jockey sells French-cut panties.

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