A frame on which clothes are hung to dry or air.(noun)
A person excessively concerned with dress.(noun)
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Use "clotheshorse" in a sentence
"I also asked that since she's a self-confessed "clotheshorse" (its on her website) if the "Firefly" writers might have used that as an inspiration for the "Shindig" episode where Kaylee wears the fancy dress with the hoop skirt."
"Michael "clotheshorse" Brown may consult for Da Parish!"
"Pham, associate professor at Illinois University, Urbana-Champaign, and one of the self-proclaimed "clotheshorse academics" behind the Threadbared blog exploring the politics of fashion."