[gimp, gamp] /gɪmp, gæmp/
a chemisette or yoke of lace, embroidery, or other material, worn with a dress cut low at the neck.
a part of the habit of nuns of certain orders, consisting of a wide, stiffly starched cloth that covers the neck and shoulders.
a short blouse with sleeves worn under a pinafore dress
a fill-in for a low-cut dress
a piece of starched cloth covering the chest and shoulders of a nun’s habit
a variant spelling of gimp1
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noun 1. . noun 1. another name for durra