dirndl dirndl


  1. (n) a full skirt with a gathered waistband
  2. (n) a dress with a tight bodice and full skirt


  1. His lace and or gandy blouses, gingham dirndl skirts and big-brimmed straw hats have turned teeny-boppers into minor Elvira Madigans.
  2. Walter is a bit of a bully who takes after his boodle-grabbing, dirndl-lifting father, the local Nazi Kreisleiter, but even so is devoted to his devoted mother.
  3. The many camera-toting tourists who joined the lederhosen-and dirndl-clad Bavarians were welcomed by the Lwenbru representatives with more than the usual enthusiasm.


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  1. "We decided after I won in Altenmarkt that we need podium outfits. So I went and got a Dirndl," Mancuso said. "If I win, that's my first-place outfit."
    on Jan 20, 2007 By: Julia Mancuso Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. In fact, actor Illeana Douglas told Harper's Bazaar that one thing she learned from playing Diana Vreeland in Factory Girl, a 2006 movie based on the life of Edie Sedgwick, a Vreeland discovery, was that "a dirndl, with a tight waist and a full...
    on Jul 24, 2008 By: Illeana Douglas Source: Toronto Star

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