clotheshorse clotheshorse  /ˈkloʊz ˌhɔrs/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a framework on which to hang clothes (as for drying)
  2. (n) a man who is much concerned with his dress and appearance

News

  • Three Ralph Kiner moments from an overstuffed life

    Ballplayer, soldier, minor league general manager, broadcaster ... and clotheshorse? By now, you know the terribly sad news that Ralph Kiner passed away yesterday. Kiner was a giant of baseball history, beloved by almost 70 years worth of baseball fans. There is, correspondingly, not much about his life that isn't part of the public record in some way or another. Here are a few things that might ...
    on February 7, 2014     Source: SB Nation

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Quotes

  1. "No. 1 is the clothes have to be comfortable. No. 2 is what we represent and how we convey that. ...... the outfits make a statement about us and the Games," Ohno said. "I'm not a clotheshorse but I do like to look good."
    on Jan 3, 2006 By: Apolo Anton Ohno Source: Seattle Times

  2. "He is the unlikely hero of the hour, a footballer who takes himself just seriously enough," said GQ editor Dylan Jones. "He is a clotheshorse in the best sense of the word and has got great dress sense. Rio is a GQ man through and through."
    on Apr 5, 2005 By: Bob Dylan Source: UTV

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