smock : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a loose coverall (coat or frock) reaching down to the ankles
- v embellish by sewing in straight lines crossing each other diagonally
The folk dancers wore smocked shirts
- She usually went braless and barefoot, her brown shoulder-length hair falling onto an orange smock.
- He had on a pale smock with a rolling collar and an open necka garment of the type that is popularly supposed to be the uniform of artists in the Latin Quarter of Paris.
- Aboard the gunboat Menderes asked permission to make the namaz (ablutions and prayers), later did not remonstrate when told to put on a white smock by the hangmen, who were paid .
News & Articles
- If acting were as easy as it should look, it wouldn't be an art
One of the most interesting riots in Irish history broke out in January and February 1747 at Smock Alley Theatre in Dublin. It was about many things, including tensions between an old Catholic elite and the new Protestant ruling class. But at its heart was the question of the status of the actor.
June 15, 2013 - HispanicBusiness.com
- Some fear for safety of rogue bridge walkers
Concerns for pedestrians walking Smock Bridge at their own risk have yet to rattle the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, which expects no change to the current state of the bridge walkway for another two years.
June 13, 2013 - The Meadville Tribune
- Laura Fugney
Words I do not traditionally associate with Laura Linney: Yikes, oof, schoolmarm, NOOOOOO, pinafore, crazyshitasticalblouse, smock, shirtvomit. Thanks, Thursday, for giving me a new experience.
June 13, 2013 - Go Fug Yourself