Smock



noun
1.
a loose, lightweight overgarment worn to protect the clothing while working.
verb (used with object)
2.
to clothe in a smock.
3.
to draw (a fabric) by needlework into a honeycomb pattern with diamond-shaped recesses.
noun
1.
any loose protective garment, worn by artists, laboratory technicians, etc
2.
a woman’s loose blouse-like garment, reaching to below the waist, worn over slacks, etc
3.
Also called smock frock. a loose protective overgarment decorated with smocking, worn formerly esp by farm workers
4.
(archaic) a woman’s loose undergarment, worn from the 16th to the 18th centuries
verb
5.
to ornament (a garment) with smocking

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    noun 1. a loose, lightweight overgarment worn to protect the clothing while working. verb (used with object) 2. to clothe in a smock. 3. to draw (a fabric) by needlework into a honeycomb pattern with diamond-shaped recesses. noun 1. any loose protective garment, worn by artists, laboratory technicians, etc 2. a woman’s loose blouse-like garment, […]

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