loose-fitting loose-fitting


  • (adj) not fitting closely; hanging loosely



  1. One of her first successes was the loose-fitting sweater, which she belted and teamed with a skirt.
  2. Perhaps it's because, as a rather burly teenage sheik, al-Sabah wanted to wear only loose-fitting clothes by avant-garde Japanese designers, difficult to obtain in Kuwait.
  3. The men wore loose-fitting barong tagalogs; many of the women, designer dresses.


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    Manu is in the pool, by the grill. Or he is by the grill, which is next to the pool. You know he has a job -- he has one, right? -- but no one has ever seen him in anything except a loose-fitting T-shirt and a pair of basketball shorts.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Philly.com


  1. Berry, who is due in March, tells February's In Style magazine, on stands Friday, that "it's a perfect time to be pregnant, because everything in fashion is loose-fitting with an Empire waist."
    on Jan 9, 2008 By: Halle Berry Source: USA Today

  2. "I kept [the pregnancy] quiet because I wanted to make sure all would be healthy," Grace, a Georgia native, tells Us. "I've worn loose-fitting clothes and I guess [audiences] just thought I was getting heavier!"
    on Jun 26, 2007 By: Nancy Grace Source: Monsters and Critics.com

  3. ...man, Salahudin Ayub, called for the national carrier in this mainly Muslim country to replace the stewardesses' elegant, full-length but shapely "kebaya" with "loose-fitting and sober" dresses.
    on Apr 16, 2005 By: Salah al-Din Source: Independent Online

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