trousseau
[ troo-soh ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
19th Century; Old French from Middle French troussel 'bundle' or 'parcel'
Synonyms
  • apparel
  • attire
  • closet
  • dresser
Antonyms
  • unavailable
Definition
an outfit, clothing, or linen for a bride
Example
A) The bride's trousseau was grand in splendor and extravagance. B) She wondered why it was not fit for men to have a trousseau.
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