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Definition of "jumpsuits" []

  • A one-piece garment of combined trousers and jacket or shirt (noun)
  • Plural form of jumpsuit. (noun)

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Use "jumpsuits" in a sentence
  • "Followed by 500 young stone faced hispanic males in jumpsuits with La Raza (or LA Raza, even better) shoulder patches marching along with them, carrying Kalashnikovs and crossed bandoleros."
  • "The place feels like the set of an early James Bond movie, with men in jumpsuits driving little electric vans from one brightly lit cavern to another."
  • "On Friday February 8th at 8pm, we’re hosting the first-ever competition for the new sport of Cabling (aka competitive cable untangling), founded by Steven Schkolne, and featuring interns in jumpsuits, a discussion of knot theory, three rounds of untangling various extension and A/V cords, and pretzels."