full-fashioned full-fashioned

Definition(s):

  • (adj) knitted to fit the shape of the body

Usage(s):

  1. As material for full-fashioned hose a previous silk substitute, rayon, was a lame competitor to silk but nylon and its brother synthetics now in prospect may be another story.
  2. From 1901, when Steel sprang full-fashioned from the thunderous brow of John Pierpont Morgan the Elder, until 1933, it paid its $7 preferred dividend on the quarterly dot.
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